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Send Docs.com Content by Email

Learn how to share Docs.com content by email.


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Product/Version: PowerPoint Online
OS: Windows and Mac OS






Docs.com provides so many share options! We already showed you how to share Docs.com content on Facebook and on Twitter. The third option is the send a link to your file uploaded on Docs.com via the email option. Read further to learn more:

  1. Sign into your Docs.com account. Thereafter select and click the file which you want to share.

  2. What's a Docs.com account?

    A Docs.com account is the same as your Microsoft Account -- learn more in our Microsoft account page.
  3. Within the pop-up window with share options, click the Email icon, shown highlighted in red within Figure 1.

    Option to send Doc.com content via Email
    Figure 1: Option to send Doc.com content via Email

  4. Note: Options explained and shown in this tutorial may change and evolve all the time because Docs.com is a web based program -- we will try to update this tutorial if these changes happen but we cannot be sure that the options may not change, or even look different.
  5. This will bring up the new mail window, as shown in Figure 2.

    New mail window
    Figure 2: New mail window

  6. Note: The New Mail window will open your default email program -- and will differ from device to device. If there is no default mail program set on your device, Docs.com may typically use your Microsoft Account email ID to send the email.
  7. Note that the share link and the subject is already added within the new mail window (refer to Figure 2, above). You just need to enter the recipient email id(s), shown highlighted in red within Figure 3.

    Add recipient email id(s)
    Figure 3: Add recipient email id(s)
  8. Once done, send the email.

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Share Docs.com Content on Facebook

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