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My Document Is In Word For Mac But I Cannot Find It When I Want To Attach It To An Email.

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How to search for a word in a document on mac. It’s simply to use the “Find” or Search feature within your computer. First, open your document and click on the Edit link in the tool bar. Or you can use the keyboard shortcut, the Control Key plus the letter “f” on a PC or the Command Key, plus the letter “f” on a Mac.

I have recently installed Microsoft Office Standard on my new laptap which runs Windows 7 Professional. When i am in Word and trying to send the document as an email attachment, I received an error dialogue box with the message 'Word couldn't send email because of MAPI failure: 'Unspecified error'.'

I clicked on the help button and have tried all the steps but no avail. The work around is to open Outlook and create an email with an attachment. This works BUT I would like to be able to use Word as it was designed. Anyone have a similar issue and suggested correction?

Method 1: Convert the Word document to another Format. Method 2: Copy everything except the last paragraph mark to a new document. Method 3: Copy the undamaged parts of the File to a New File. For the Word doc that cannot be opened in Word for Mac. If you cannot open the file in Word for Mac, use one of the following methods as appropriate. May 25, 2018 - Saved a file in your Outlook Temp folder and now can't find that. Open the email message attachment that you want to see; View the size, file.

I have brand new windows 7 64 bit Dell with Office 2010. But i I first noticed an issue when scanning with SnapScan and trying to send to email. Then I tried saving it and sending it to a mail recipient. Also when in a Word doc.

I ge t the message 'Word couldn't send mail because of MAPI failure: 'Unspecified error'. When I try to send a file from Excel the message reads 'General mail failure. Quit Microsoft Excel, restart the mail system, and try again.' I can of course start an email then attach a file BUT I SHOULDN'T HAVE TO! I have tried uninstalling Office and reinstalling. Nothing I have run the Office repair utility. Nothing I have run fixmapi.exe.

Nothing I have made Outlook my default program and that I am running as administrator. Nothing I have checked that I have no compatibility check boxes checked. Nothing Does anybody have an answer for me? I have read of some techniques where you can remove the word 'fax' from all the lines in a certain file but I am not sure about that one.

Here is a simple solution sure to work. Search for Winword 3. Right Click Winword and choose properties ( I instead would choose open file location just to know where the rest of windows programs can be found. Once there, right click Winword again and choose properties. Click compatabilty tab 5. Check run as administrator at the bottom 6.

Do the same for all Office programs If so desired (on the same file location where you found winword just look for Excel, Powerpoint, etc. And make sure the file you choose is an application type file) Jic, it is not obligatory to apply the above solution for to all Office programs. You can do it just to the ones you want to send email from.

If you only need Word to have this functionality just do it for Winword and thats it. I have a similar situation that hopefully someone here will have the answer. I am currently using Windows 8 Mail App for receiving/sending mail. It is very basic for now (quite surprising coming from Microsoft), but it works. The problem is that Microsoft Excel/Word won't send an attachment directly from the software as it states that I don't have a mail program on my system. When in fact, I do. How do I get Microsoft Excel/Word to recognize Mail App as my 'Mail Program'?