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If you want to share what you wrote in the Notes app on your iPhone 4S, you can easily e-mail the contents of a note to a friend or colleague.

  1. With a note displayed, tap the Menu button at the bottom of the screen.

  2. Tap Email. In the e-mail form that appears, type one or more e-mail addresses in the appropriate fields. At least one e-mail address must appear in the To field.

  3. If you need to make changes to the subject or message, tap in either area and make the changes.

  4. Tap the Send button, and your e-mail is on its way.

If you want to print a note, in Step 2, choose Print rather than Email. Complete the Printer Options dialog by designating an AirPrint-enabled wireless printer (or shared printer on a network that you can access using AirPrint) and how many copies to print, and then tap Print.

You can tap the button with a plus sign (+) on it in the top-right corner of the e-mail message form to display your contacts list and choose recipients from it. This method works only with contacts for whom you have added an e-mail address.

To cancel an e-mail message and return to Notes without sending it, tap the Cancel button in the e-mail form and then tap Don’t Save on the menu that appears. To leave a message but save a draft so that you can finish and send it later, tap Cancel and then tap Save. The next time you tap the e-mail button with the same note displayed, your draft appears.

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