Karen teach how to attach a copy of something to E Mailgreenspun.com : LUSENET : Cooking & Crafts : One Thread
Karen, I get Email from my cousin in Oregon, And she is all the time attatching articals to the e mails, and I wonder how she does it? I am totally computor dumb, And a slow 72 year old brain, So make it as simple as possible, You know step one, then step two, And thanks a bundle, Irene
-- Irene texas (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 03, 2002
Irene, I'm not 72 but I am dyslexic, and those step by step instructions are great
-- Cindy (SE. IN) (email@example.com), February 03, 2002.
It is real easy to send a site via email. I will assume you are using Windows Explorer. Here is the step:
1. At the top of your screen you will see a bar across the top that says: File, Edit, View, Favorites, etc. You want to click on "File".
2. Click on "Send" and a new bar shoots out the side with some other choices that say: Page by Email, Link by Email, Shortcut to Desktop. You have 2 choices here -- either you can send just that page via email or you can send the link via email. In other words if you send the "page via email" when your recipient clicks to download the page they will be taken right to that page on the internet. If you choose "send link via email" there is no downloading of the site they just click on a link like you would do here in the forum to be taken to another website.
3. You want to click whichever you want either "page via email" or "link via email".
4. Your email will automatically open and a the page where you send regular email to someone will pop up. The webpage or link will already be automatically be added to your message. You just fill in any other message you want to your recipient, pop in thier email address and hit send.
I'll bet you thought it would hard didn't you? One of those simple things no one ever bothers to show you! Hey, maybe I would have done better with a computer forum...LOL! Just kidding, my heart is in cooking and crafts. Computing is just a "sideline"...LOL.
Oh and don't forget when you all are emailing your friends....send them the link or page to come here!! The more readers we get the more info, patterns, recipes and ideas we get! Be sure and let me know if you have any problems. I will be glad to help you further.
-- Karen (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 03, 2002.
Thanks Karen, I will give it a try, So much to learn, The kids sent me pictures and I tryed to download, But lost them somewhere in this monster. I quess they may still be there if I could fiqure out what to do.
-- Irene texas (email@example.com), February 04, 2002.