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You have to BINHEX it using Compact Pro and then have your receiving party
unbinhex it. Compact Pro is available on the internet and it's free or
shareware (forget which).
At 1:18 PM 1/10/96, Suzanne Pyle wrote:
>Anyone using Eudora Light for your email? I'm trying to attach files which
>been saved in MS Word as ".txt files" and they're not coming through at
>the receivers end as anything but garbage. How else can I create an ASCII
>out of a Word file....any suggestions?