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mountainman 05-23-2022 10:55 AM

Emailing Open Office Spreadsheet
 
Please excuse my complete lack of tech smarts. Avowed T Rex here.

As the thread title implies, I have an open office file that I need to email. Can one of you guys please walk me through it?

Also, once received, can the file be downloaded to excel?

Bustin Stones 05-23-2022 11:21 AM

which email product are you using?

mountainman 05-23-2022 11:35 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bustin Stones (Post 2805945)
which email product are you using?

Outlook. The spread sheet details steps, items, quotes and expenses for the house I'm having built. (omg..NEVER start anything so costly and dumb!!)

Bustin Stones 05-23-2022 11:51 AM

when you select "create message" you'll see a paper clip, select that and it will ask what file to attach....open a folder and click on a file to attach

Tom 05-23-2022 05:35 PM

1 Attachment(s)
I'm usinf G Mail, but same idea.....

JustRalph 05-23-2022 05:56 PM

You might get denied for virus problems depending what’s in the spreadsheet.

On a windows box / machine

Right click on the spreadsheet file, make a zip file then email it.

Just one way to do it

geroge.burns99 05-24-2022 08:35 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mountainman (Post 2805941)
Please excuse my complete lack of tech smarts. Avowed T Rex here.

As the thread title implies, I have an open office file that I need to email. Can one of you guys please walk me through it?

Also, once received, can the file be downloaded to excel?

Some Email programs won't accept large files like Open Office is....

Another alternative is to use FILEMAIL.COM

It will let you send almost anything...




Mike

Tom 05-24-2022 01:47 PM

Fruit baskets?

geroge.burns99 05-24-2022 02:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tom (Post 2806197)
Fruit baskets?

yes....what would you like

:D

Tom 05-24-2022 05:35 PM

I hear there's a shortage of bananas....

geroge.burns99 05-25-2022 07:18 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tom (Post 2806248)
I hear there's a shortage of bananas....

sorry....I like my banana

PS ...I was at Shop Rite yesterday and there were plenty of bananas

tbwinner 05-25-2022 07:16 PM

You can save as XLS while in Open Office. I do it all the time as I am too cheap to pay for MS Office at home and actually like OO a lot more.

When you do a SAVE AS -- click down under FIle type and save as .xlsx or .xls -- that way your recipient can open easy.

No need for XLS converters or anything.


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