Sending and receiving documents and files in the form of an attachment is something that we are all very familiar with. The recipient is required to double-click on the attachment to open it and then it can be saved off as required.
However, did you know that there is a different way to attach documents? That you can also send the contents of a document in the body of the email as opposed to an attached file? This can sometimes be really useful and can be done by simply adding a button to the Quick Access Toolbar in Word.
Open the Word document you would like to send
Click the drop-down arrow on the Quick Access toolbar
Select More Commands
Select Commands Not in the Ribbonfrom the Choose commands from drop-down menu
Scroll down and select Send to Mail Recipient
The Send to Mail recipient icon will now be on the Quick Access Toolbar.
Click Send to Mail Recipient
Email fields will show. Complete these as normal. The Word document will appear in the body as opposed to as an attachment.
Perhaps you’re looking for a new job and you want to refresh your certification. Perhaps you’re hiring new staff and want to skill them up quickly or meet targets to earn a Microsoft Partner Competency. What’s the easiest way to earn a Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) accreditation?
Easy is the wrong word here. None of these exams are easy; they exist to test and prove your experience and knowledge in a topic. MCSA is also the prerequisite to earn the Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert accreditations which really are the pinnacle of Microsoft certifications.
However the fastest route to earn an MCSA, assuming you’re not upgrading an earlier qualification, is to work towards either Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 MCSA or towards the Office 365 MCSA. Each of these routes only require you to take two exams from scratch.
Your choice should clearly depend on your IT career path and the skills you’re going to need. If you are open to all areas though, of those three MCSA options, we’d advise the Office 365 MCSA. Firstly there is only one 5-day course whereas Windows MCSA involves two 5-day courses and thus more time out of the office and more cost. Attending a course is not required to take an exam but it’s a great way to maximise your chances. Secondly, the Office 365 MCSA can be used as the foundation to gain the MCSE qualification in Desktop Infrastructure, Server Infrastructure, Private Cloud, Messaging, Communications or SharePoint. The Windows MCSA does not have an MCSE route.
Of course, we’d love to help you gain nay Microsoft qualification so please get in touch and see how we can help.