As of the third generation of the iPhone, you cannot attach a document to an e-mail using the iPhone's basic e-mail application. You can, however, download an application from the App Store that allows you to save documents to your iPhone and e-mail them through the application. Document-saving applications cost between £1.20 and £6.40 depending on the number of features and the company.
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Things you need
- Document-saving application
- iTunes account
Press the "Home" button on your screen and tap the "App Store" button. Tap the "Search" button at the bottom of the screen, and tap the search field.
Type "Quickoffice" in the search field and tap the "Search" button in the lower right corner. Tap the "Quickoffice" search result, and tap the "$7.99" button.
Tap the "Buy" button and enter your iTunes account password. Type "OK" to begin downloading the application.
Tap the "Quickoffice" icon on your main screen and tap the letter icon.
Tap the document you want to send, then tap the "Send" button. Enter the appropriate e-mail address to send the document to and enter a subject. Tap the "Send."
Press the "Home" button on your iPhone and tap the "App Store" icon. Tap the "Search" button and tap the search field.
Type "Documents 2" and tap the "Documents 2" search result. Tap "$3.99" button and tap "Buy." Enter your iTunes account password and tap "OK."
Tap the "Documents 2" icon on your main screen to run the app.
Tap the document on the screen to open it, and tap the "File" button in the upper left corner.
Tap "Save As" and tap "Email as Attachment." Type in the email address you want to send the document to, and tap the "Send" button.
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