Good idea but it will be deleted after 90 days so it can't be archived. ThanksProbably not exactly what you wanted, but you can upload to a filehost, then post link.
Good idea but it will be deleted after 90 days so it can't be archived. Thanks
I regularly send executables to two companies whose filters block exe; we've found that renaming to an allowed type has worked. The receiver saves it then renames it back tot he correct file type.I don't know that you can. I started typing this reply just so I could find out. I hit the "manage attachments" button below the message box. It gave me a list of file types that can be attached. Word documents are on the list, but Excel spreadsheets are not.
Steve, I just checked your method and it works great. The formulas came over and remained active after a double click on the table. However, I have posted a method that did work as well. Since there are now two methods that work, I am closing this thread. Thanks to everyone that replied. :smile:You can insert an excel spreadsheet into a doc file. . .