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Because OneNote 2010 integrates closely with Outlook, you can send information on a page in one of your notebooks directly to another person or persons via email without leaving OneNote at all. Let's do that now using our Personal5 notebook. We are in the Bird Watching section. And we left off on the Local Birds on Record page where we added some appointment information directly from our Outlook calendar. Let's say we want to share this page with somebody else. Well, we'll go up to the Home tab of the Ribbon in the Outlook group and the very first icon in this group is E-mail Page.
So we can send a copy of this page by email. So when we click this, it takes us directly to a brand-new email message in Outlook. And look what else has happened here. First of all, the Subject is Local Birds on Record, the name of the page that we are sharing. Attached is an MHT file, and you may see the page as part of the actual email message. It all depends on e-mail settings here in OneNote. Something we are going to talk about in the last chapter of this course. All we need to do is type in an address of somebody we want to send it to.
So the cursor is flashing there. All we have to do is type it in. You can send it to a group of people. You could use the Cc and Bcc fields if you needed to. All of your Outlook functionality is here at your fingertips. Once you've got the recipients in there, just simply click the Send button and off it goes. So that person is going to receive the information that we see here on our page as an attachment. Double-clicking will open up the attachment and they'll be able to see everything we see here in OneNote.
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