How to Attach a Document to an Email on the iPad 2

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Correspondence just got easier with the iPad 2. Now you can attach a document to an email without any trouble just by downloading this app and following these few simple steps.

It’s best to use an Office suite such as Quickoffice Connect so you can mail multiple types of documents from within the same app.

  • If you haven’t already, download Quickoffice.
  • Select the document you would like to e-mail—whether it’s a PD F, spreadsheet, Word doc, or presentation— and drag it onto the e-mail icon on the bottom of the screen.
  • The subject of the message will automatically display the name of the document, but you can edit that.
  • Insert a recipient, add your message, and tap Send.

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