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I have a new PC and noticed that chrome has a built in PDF viewer that seems to be light weight and decided it seems good enough to avoid acrobat reader download and installation.

I now realized I need to be able to email documents as an attachment. I cannot send a link because there might be times that I do not want to have the recipient see where the PDF comes from.

Is it possible to mail pdf when using Chrome PDF viewer directly from the browser or should I just install Acrobat Reader?

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You can use this Chrome extension; Email PDF for Chrome PDF Viewer 1.3.0:

It uses Gmail API to email PDF directly from Chrome PDF viewer.

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  • Welcome to Super User! Please read How to recommend software for minimum required information and suggestions on how to recommend software on Super User. To keep your answer useful even if the provided link(s) breaks these details should be edited into your answer. Commented Jul 22, 2017 at 23:58
  • The user does not want to use gmail but instead use the native mail program installed on the machine.
    – Nightwolf
    Commented Jul 31, 2017 at 6:58
  • Please edit your question and make it clear that you wish to use native maill program. @Nightwolf Commented Apr 19, 2019 at 9:08

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