If you need to share a PDF file with colleagues or customers, you may be wondering about the best way to do it.
Email is a commonly used method of communication, so it makes sense that you would want to send the file via an Outlook email.
It turns out that you can actually embed a PDF file right in the body of an Outlook email, rather than having to attach a link or file. This makes sharing the file faster and easier than ever.
In this blog post, we’ll take a look at “how to embed a PDF file in the body of an Outlook email“.
We’ll also discuss some of the advantages of doing so and provide some helpful tips for ensuring that your files are embedded correctly.
By the end, you’ll have all the information you need to start sending PDF files in Outlook emails quickly and easily.
Steps to Embed PDF File in Outlook Email Body?
You can simply embed a PDF into your Email directly rather than add it to the Email as an attachment, Follow the steps below:
- Once you have composed your email message and you need to insert/embed a PDF file at a certain area of the message.
- Put your cursor there, you can click the Insert tab from the options of the upper part of the application.
- Select the Object option from the Text section.
- That will open the object dialog box, Under Object Type, there are multiple options, by default Adobe Acrobat Documents is selected, and it’s available in the first position.
- Click OK
- That will take you to the select file to open. You’ll need to navigate to the location of your PDF file, choose the file from your computer, then click the Open button.
- Once you select it your PDF file is embedded in your message body, The only problem is Just one page of your PDF appears in the email body.
Complete the composing, add content in your message body, and simply send the email, now your recipient will get this email message with an embedded PDF file, which is very easily readable.
Why embed PDF files in Outlook Emails message
The advantage of Embedding PDF Files on the body of Outlook Email is while reading an Email message you received in your Outlook application or mostly from a Mobile phone and you need to break your concentration and download the attached PDF file for reference is really painful sometimes.
Embedded PDF files allow you to read the message as well as take a look at the PDF File without bothering with the attachment.
In conclusion, embedding a PDF file in an Outlook email is a simple task that can help you quickly send and share documents with colleagues or clients.
Using the method outlined in this guide, you can quickly insert a PDF file in your email body, allowing recipients to view it without needing to download or open any additional programs.
This is a great way to quickly and efficiently share documents with other people.