Before doing anything else, you will need to make sure that you have basic IT skills to get this job done. Firstly, start up your computer and wait for Windows to load. Once you are on the desktop, run the Microsoft Word application from the Start up menu.
Type the document you wish to send and save it using the Ctrl + S command from your keyboard. Remember that you will only be able to fax a saved document from your computer. Microsoft Word 2003, 2007 and 2010 allow the users to fax their word documents using the fax wizard application. It is also recommended to make sure that you have access to high speed internet connection to make the fax wizard application work properly on your computer.
Now locate the File menu from the main menu on the Microsoft Word document window. Select the Send option and then click the Fax Recipient or Internet Fax option to begin the process. As you click the “Fax Recipient” option, a new fax wizard window will open up. Minimise the original word window to work separately in a new window.
The fax wizard will walk you through the process of selecting an internet fax service. These services will sync your mailbox and fax numbers, allowing you to send and receive faxes over the internet.
If you have subscribed to an internet fax service, type in the destination number, file name, and other information and click the Finish button at the bottom of the fax wizard window to send your file.