"Company name," followed by a colon, should be written. Input the name of the firm to which you are sending the fax. A few of lines below, write "to" followed by a colon. Please enter the name of the person who should receive the fax. Follow this with an email address.
Include the sender's name. Enter "recipient's fax number" followed by a colon. Fill up this field with the proper fax number where the fax will be sent. "Number of fax pages including the fax cover sheet," followed by a comma. Type a message for the recipient in the final field.
On the left-hand side of the Libre menu, select the "File" menu. Fill in any additional information (address, phone number) that will show on the fax cover sheet. The fax should start printing immediately after it has been sent.
If you're writing to a company or organization, put the name of the company or organization after the "To." If the fax has to go to a specific individual within the business or organization, use "Attn:" followed by the person's name on the following line.
For example, if you want to send a fax to the attention of John Smith at ABC Company, do so with the text "Attn: John Smith" on the document. Alternatively, if you have their phone number, you could also use that as well, for example "Fax: (555) 555-5555"
You can also use subject lines when sending faxes. They are used in place of opening words such as "RE:," "Fwd:," or "Opinion req:." You can see some examples of good and bad use of subject lines below:
Good Use of Subject Lines:
1 Legal Disclaimer - Fax
2 Re: New Product Request - Fax
3 Need Opinions on X, Y, Z - Fax
4 Questions About Billing - Fax
5 Update on Project - Fax
Using a Computer to Send a Fax
What Is the Best Way to Send a Fax via Email?
Using a Fax Machine to Send a Fax
To send a fax, follow these steps: