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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Can 8850 Form Recipients

Instructions and Help about Can 8850 Form Recipients

Hello everyone, this is Anson from Anson Alex dot-com. In this video, we're going to talk about sharing documents with non-users. If you haven't checked out my 2013 video series on Docs or Gmail, make sure you check those video series out. I'll link them in the description of this video here on YouTube. But in this video, we're really just going to go over the options that we have when sharing documents with non-users. So we have a few different options; some of them are more secure than others. Here I am in my Docs account, and you'll notice that I have this test document. Now, the easiest and most secure way to share a document here in Docs is to share it with a Gmail user. If they have a Gmail account, you can obviously right-click on this document, go to share, click on share again, and then you can go ahead and add their email address down here at the bottom and give them edit permissions. But this video is geared towards sharing documents with non-Gmail users, so let's take a look at how we can do that. There are really two primary options. So I'm going to cancel out of this for now. The first option would be to send this document as a Microsoft Word document or a PDF, another format other than in Docs format. So in order to do that, I could right-click on this document again, go to share, and then this time I could choose "email as attachment." Now, for those of you who watched my 2013 video series, you probably saw that this was in that video series. It's pretty straightforward. You click on the "email as attachment" link, and then you can go ahead and choose the format of the file...