When this option is checked, Win2PDF will create the PDF file and automatically attach
it to a new email message using the computer's default MAPI email client (which is
typically Microsoft Outlook or Windows Live Mail).
If you do not use a full MAPI email client like Outlook and rely on web-based email,
then there is still a way of using this feature using a third-party application.
We recommend a program called Affixa
for users that want to use the "Send file"
feature with a web-based email program like Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo mail, or Microsoft
Outlook Web Access. Affixa resides in the background and acts as a connector to these
web-based email services. When you use the "Send file" feature in Win2PDF it
automatically creates a web email message with the PDF attached.
More information on Affixa and its products can be found at www.affixa.com
Because Win2PDF installs as printer, it does not have a native editing program.
However, you can use the printing capability with a PDF Reader application to extract a
page or series of pages in a PDF file. Here is the general procedure to use:
1). Open the original PDF file in Adobe Reader, or in another PDF Reader application
2). Select 'Print' and choose a range of pages and Win2PDF as the printer