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In the sentence

"The case study in the slideware I sent out last week demonstrates it.

Share away !"

I have 3 questions:

1) is slideware the same as a presentation with normal slides?
2) is sent out interexchangable with "sent over" or simply "sent you" (or maybe sent to you?)
3) what's the meaning of "share away!"?
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(1) 'slideware (SLYD.wayr) n. A much-hyped software product that currently exists only
as a series of slides in a sales or marketing presentation.'

(2) 'Sent out' suggests that it was sent to several people.

(3) 'Share away' means 'go ahead and share it with anyone you wish to'. '-- away' is an idiomatic form for 'do freely and as soon as you wish': 'Smoke away, this is a smoking area'. 'Any questions?-- ask away, I'll answer them all!'
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Thank you so much MrMicawber for your helpful answers.
two more things however:
as for (2): is sent out then the same as sent (to) you being you 2nd person of plural? and the same as sent over?

as for (1) it seems a powerful online dictionary you're using... would it be possible for you to "share away" ? Emotion: wink
Hi VMG,

As for (2)-- no, not necessarily 'sent to you (all)'; just distributed generally is all 'sent out' implies. 'Sent over' means sent from one place to another specific place: 'I sent it over to the Tokyo office'.

As for (1)-- I usually use the most powerful dictionary I know online: it's called Google Search.