Send Copy of a Spreadsheet in Numbers on iPhone 6

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    To begin, we need to unlock the phone by pressing the lock button or home button
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    Swipe and enter the passcode, or just use the fingerprint scanner
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    Find the Numbers icon, which is the green one
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    Tap once to open up the app. We already have a document open. It's just a blank spreadsheet which we haven't edited yet. Refer to another video to find out exactly how to open a document on Numbers. No matter which format we opened, some of them might be the checklist format, some of them could be different spreadsheet format, we'll still have the same options along the top.
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    We want to tap the rectangle which has an arrow pointing upwards
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    Then we tap "Send a Copy" which has the same symbol on the left-hand side
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    We can then choose which format we send it in by tapping on it
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    PDF is probably the most adaptable one, but depending on who we're sending it to, they might have Numbers, Excel, or CSV on different applications as well. If we have those apps then we can send via them. We're going to send via PDF.
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    We can send via Mail, which is the recognizable envelope symbol
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    Then, it just simply composes an email for us.
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    Our document is at the bottom as an attachment and we can add our recipient as normal, just like any other email
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    We can then add a subject
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    At the moment, it just says "Blank", or it'll automatically be the name of our document. We'll change it to "Test".
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    We can tap where our attachment is, and add an extra message as well
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    Once we're happy with everything there, just press "Send" in the top right-hand corner, and we've just sent a copy of our spreadsheet to someone via Mail
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    This concludes the tutorial on how you can send a copy of your spreadsheet on the Numbers application on the iPhone 6
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    If you have any questions or comments, feel free to add them to the section below and we'll do our best to get back to you.
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