How to Send a Fax With Microsoft Vista

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Send a fax with Microsoft Vista by right clicking on the document to fax, selecting "Send To," clicking on "Fax Recipient" and following the steps of the setup wizard. Include the fax recipient's number, a name and a cover letter when sending a fax with Vista by using instructions from a network engineer and IT specialist in this free video on Microsoft Windows Vista.

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O.k. faxing with Vista is actually very simple. And basically you would right-click on the document that you want to fax. In this case I've created a document called fax.txt on my desktop. And you would right click and you would say send to, and then fax recipient. And this of course is all depend on you having a modem installed on your Windows Vista PC. So that item needs to be in a hardware form or if you have a cell phone to connect the cell phone via Blue Tooth and then it can fax it up that way. It needs to be able to dial out in some form or fashion in order for it to work. But once you click on fax recipient it'll then take you through a Wizard where it asks you for a phone number. The; if you want to send a cover sheet and then the person's name. And that's basically it. If you have Outlook it'll tie into Outlook and if you type in the person's name it'll also, also pull the fax number that's tied to that particular contact. That's pretty much it.

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