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E1 cyc elective advanced e mail
E1 cyc elective advanced e mail
E1 cyc elective advanced e mail
E1 cyc elective advanced e mail
E1 cyc elective advanced e mail
E1 cyc elective advanced e mail
E1 cyc elective advanced e mail
E1 cyc elective advanced e mail
E1 cyc elective advanced e mail
E1 cyc elective advanced e mail
E1 cyc elective advanced e mail
E1 cyc elective advanced e mail
E1 cyc elective advanced e mail
E1 cyc elective advanced e mail
E1 cyc elective advanced e mail
E1 cyc elective advanced e mail
E1 cyc elective advanced e mail
E1 cyc elective advanced e mail
E1 cyc elective advanced e mail
E1 cyc elective advanced e mail
E1 cyc elective advanced e mail
E1 cyc elective advanced e mail
E1 cyc elective advanced e mail
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  • 1. Advanced E-mail with GMail
    • A CYC Electives Module
    10-15-10
  • 2. Class Outline
    • Part 1 - Review
      • Review of email basics
    • Part 2 - Attachments
      • Sending attachments
      • Receiving & viewing attachments
    • Part 3 – More Email Tools
      • Creating folders to store messages
      • Saving a contact to the address book
  • 3. Part One: Review
    • An electronic message sent from one computer to another.
    • Email saves money and time compared to regular mail.
    • An email message takes seconds to reach destination.
  • 4. Part One: Review
      • An email address consists of 3 parts:
    jackandjill @ gmail.com Unique User Name chosen by the email account owner “ At” sign Domain Name Company organization providing the email service
  • 5. Part One: Review
    • Email Terminology Review:
    • Compose: write an email to others.
    • Reply: reply to an email that you received.
    • Forward: pass on an email that you received to others.
    • Draft: save an unfinished email message to be completed later.
    • Attachment : You can send files (like pictures, music, software and documents) as attachments with your email.
  • 6. Part Two: Attachments
    • Attachments can be files containing pictures, documents, media clips, etc.
  • 7. Part Two: Attachments
    • Step 1: Compose your email message
      • Open Internet Explorer.
      • In the Address bar, type: www.gmail.com
      • Login with the username and password provided by your instructor
      • Click on “New” to begin composing a new message
      • Type your class partner’s email address into the “To” field, add a Subject and brief message
  • 8. Part Two: Attachments
    • Step 2: Select and Attach Files
      • Click on the “Attach a file” link
      • Find the files you want to send by navigating to the appropriate disk and folder
      • Select the appropriate file by clicking on it, then click on “Open”
      • Wait for Gmail to finish uploading your file. (The filename will appear just beneath the subject box)
      • Repeat steps 1-4 if you have more than one attachment to send
  • 9. Part Two: Attachments Click on the “ Attach ” button 1 2 Find the file to attach by navigating to the appropriate disk and folder Step 2: Select and Attach Files
  • 10. Part Two: Attachments
    • Step 2: Select and Attach File
    Click on a file to select it, then click on “ Open ” 3 5 4 Wait for Gmail to upload your file Repeat steps 1-4 if you have more files to attach
  • 11. Part Two: Attachments Step 3: Send Your Message Once you are satisfied with you message and all attachments are listed, click on “ Send ” List of attachments
  • 12. Part Two: Attachments Steps for Viewing and Saving Attachments
    • Step 1: Open the Message
    • Click on “Check Mail” (or “Inbox”)
    • Double Click on the Message
    1 2
  • 13. Part Two: Attachments Steps for Viewing and Saving Attachments Step 2: Either click on ‘View’ or ‘Download’ below the Attachment’s Filename Attachment Filenames
  • 14. Part Two: Attachments Steps for Viewing and Saving Attachments Step 3: If you’re downloading the image, decide whether you will open it automatically or save it to your hard drive.
  • 15. Part Two: Attachments Steps for Viewing and Saving Attachments Select “Desktop” from Drop-Down Menu 1 2 3
  • 16. Part Two: Attachments Steps for Viewing and Saving Attachments
    • Go to desktop and open attachments
    • Minimize the browser window (by clicking on the minimize icon in the top-right section of the window)
    • Find your saved attachments on the desktop
    • Double click on each one to view.
    • (Note – Because you have downloaded these attachments to your computer they will still be available in your GMail even after you sign out of your account.)
  • 17. Part Two: Attachments Steps for Viewing and Saving Attachments Downloading or opening all attachments Step 1- Click ‘Download all attachments ’
  • 18. Part Three: More E-mail Tools
    • E-mail Labels
    • An ‘email label’ is used to categorize emails in your in box.
    • The labels you create appear in a list below the main menu.
    • To create ‘email’ labels:
    • Click on “New label” under the drop down menu titled “More Actions”.
    • Type a name for your new label in the text box for this purpose.
    • Click the checkbox beside an email and label it by choosing a label from the ‘More Actions’ menu.
  • 19. Part Three: More E-mail Tools
    • Steps for Adding a Contact
    Double click “ Contacts” in the Main Menu 1 Click on ‘Create Contact’ link in the Contacts page of your account 2
  • 20. Part Three: More E-mail Tools Steps for adding a contact (continued) 3 Fill in contact form ‘ Save’ or ‘Cancel’ your contact request form 4
  • 21. Conclusion
    • Always Remember to Sign Out !
  • 22. Sources
    • This curriculum was partially adapted from a slide presentation entitled “Advanced E-mail” created by the Indian Halifax Central Library.
    • Additional content created by Connect Your Community, a project of OneCommunity , funded by the federal Broadband Technology Opportunities Program .
  • 23. Creative Commons License
    • This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0

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