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Sending Word documents and Excel spreadsheets via email as attachments is a common practice.

When attaching any file to your email (usually via the Paperclip icon), the Recipient will have the option to download them directly from their email program. Once downloaded, they can easily open them online, or save the files to their local hard drive.

Be cautious when sending private or sensitive documents – it may be prudent to consider alternative means depending on circumstances, for example; sending a link from a Cloud storage facility like Dropbox and asking them to download from there, or using a secure online service like WeTransfer, thus ensuring smooth communication and secure document sharing.

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