Solved: excel: cancelling sending by email

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kestrelsummer

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Microsoft excel 2003 (as part of microsoft office 2003 small business edition), on XP professional 2002 service pack 3.

I have a spreadsheet on which it looks as though I must have pressed "send to mail recipient", by mistake, because it now always displays with the fields "To:" etc, using up several lines. How do I get rid of all that? I can't find a cancel facility. One option I suppose would be just to send it to myself, but that would involve setting up outlook, and I don't know how to do that, given than I only ever use webmail (googlemail as it happens). I did just try setting it up with completely fictitious info, but it was too clever for me, and recognised that it couldn't achieve sending that way, so kept displaying all the stuff I don't want.
 

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is it the reviewing toolbar you have up

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this list all the toolbars that are displayed - just click on reviewing to untick and remove

otherwise not sure what you are seeing
perhaps a print screen
copy into paint
save as jpg
and attach here
 

kestrelsummer

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Thanks for the help, but no, it is not the reviewing toolbar. To see what I see, open up a new blank workbook, and go

file -> send to > mail recipient

that produces four new tooolbar-like lines, one starting with a button to "send this sheet" , and three for "To:", "Cc:" and "Subject:".
 

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mine asks do I want to send sheet or attachment
and then opens the email client on my PC
which has To, CC, BCC anyway , even if i just click on send anew mail - I have those options ....
 

kestrelsummer

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Hmm. Mine doesn't do that, but then again I haven't got a mail client on my PC, at least not one that is properly set up.

Meanwhile, I have just discovered that "file -> send to > mail recipient" is a toggle! In other words if I do it again, it cancels the sending and does what I want. Well, Well. Thanks for your help, anyway.
 
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