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Sending Adobe directly or converting to Word

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Sue Bee

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I wish I could call myself a Geek, but I'm much too new at this...
My company brochure is created on Adobe. Customers tend to not want to open an attachment, so I'm trying to find a new way to put the info right in front of them. 2 Questions:
1) Can anyone tell me if there is way to send an Adobe Doc directly as an email (not as an attachment). You can do this with a Word Document: instead of sending it as an attachment, you send directly and it shows up in the body of an email.
2) Alternatively, Anyone know how to save an Adobe or Publisher document to Word without losing the design? I lose all formatting when converting from Adobe to Word.
Thank YOU :tazz:
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that's pretty much how it's gonna go...you either need to do it all in word..or all in adobe....converting from pdf to word...is bad...it never works right....all a pdf is...is a format...it is very good at retaining the format that you want it to retain (where as word documents...tend to take the formatting of the recipient's machine...not yours)...to my knowledge there is no way to insert a pdf directly into an email..(i could be wrong)...
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