There are three
techniques you may use for emailling one of your recipes:
- placing the
recipe complete recipe file in the clipboard and pasting it into
- sending the
recipe to the text editor, copying and pasting it into an email
an individual recipe file or a recipe database to and email
a Recipe to the Clipboard
The text editor
may be opened by clicking the
button in the tool bar.
Sending a Recipe to the Clipboard.
A small window
will open to confirm that the recipe file has been copied to the
the Recipe Into An Email
With the recipe
on the clip board you may now open whatever email software you use
and paste the recipe file into an empty email prior to sending.
With some emails you may need to adjust the formating in the email.
From the Text Editor
If you want
to send a text file which is attached to a recipe (it may include
the recipe and other information) then
- load the
recipe into a Recipe to Formula recipe panel
- click the
button to open the recipe's text file.
- select all
or the part of the text you want to email and use the cipy item
on the edit menu.
text will now be on the clipboard and may be pasted into your email
as described above.
a Recipe File to an Email
This is a very
useful technique when you are communicating with another Matrix
user. Any Matrix file may be attached to an email. If you send a
recipe file together with your Local Materials file then the recipient
will be able to load in your recipe into their Matrix application.
If you do not
send the materials file from which the recipe was built the recipient
will still be able to view the recipe in their Matrix software -
most conveniently in the Recipe
Search window. The Recipe Search window simply displays the
contents of a recipe file and does not perform any calculations
on the recipe as happens in the main Matrix window.
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