Presentation on theme: "Adding attachments on an email Attachments are files e.g. Videos, Photos, Word, PowerPoint, and work these are sent with an email. Attachments are very."— Presentation transcript:
Adding attachments on an email Attachments are files e.g. Videos, Photos, Word, PowerPoint, and work these are sent with an email. Attachments are very useful because you send work easily and it doesn't take long to send with an email. They are also useful for letters because you don’t have to retype it you can just send it as an attachment. They are also useful because it is a good way to send photos and videos free with an email and is quicker than trying to Bluetooth them or sending the link.
New Email To start a new email you need to press new then new email this will give a clean page to start a new email.
Typing a Contact In this box type an email that you wish to send a message to you can also do this if you click the address book then it will go through your contacts.
Typing a Contact This is where you can notify another contact that you have sent his message.
Subject of Email This is where you can put a subject on the message. This is to tell the receiver of the email what the message is about.
Adding the attachment Press the attach file button this is usually a paperclip icon. When you click this you are going to send a file.
Finding the file Click on Browse this will then take you to all the documents you have.
Choosing the file Choose a file that you would like to attach.
The attachment Once you have chosen a file press open this will then be the attachment.
Attachment on email Press the attach button this will attach it the email.
The attached file This is the attachment showing that it is going to be sent with the email.
Adding auto signatures to an email Auto signatures are information on the person who is sending the email. For example, it will give information on the name, occupation, address and phone number. Auto signatures are useful because it is easier to give information on you and it is more formal than writing a information out in a message. It is also easier for the receiver to contact you back. This is because it is a lot clearer at the bottom.
Finding the auto signature Press the options on the home page.
Typing the auto signature This is the email signature box. Type in here information about you, name occupation, address and phone number.
Adding the email signature This is information for the email signature.
Saving the auto signature Press save this will then save the email signature.
Adding new folders to an email A folder is a place to store contacts in your email area. Folder names could include work, friends, family. Folders are useful because they can store contacts about similar things in the same place.
Finding the new folder button Right click on inbox down the left of the email home page.
Creating a new folder A menu will appear and search for the button : create a new folder. Press it.
Typing the folder Type in here what you would like your folder to be called.
Created folders These are created folders which you can store contacts in your email.
Setting Priorities A priority on an email is a red exclamation mark attached top the email to make it more visible. It also keeps the email at the top of your inbox. It is usually done on very important emails that need a quick response. Priorities are useful because it helps you organise which emails to respond first.
Create a new email Press the new email button this will then take you to a new window.
Finding the exclamation mark Press the red exclamation mark at the top in should say Importance high when you hover over it.
Sending the important email Press send to send your important email.