Creating Email Attachments
An email attachment is a file
(sound file, image file, text file) that piggy-backs along with an email
message. The attachment "rides" along with the email, not
The basic pattern to follow
in creating web based email attachments is the following:
Your file attachment should have
the exstension of the program that created it: "*doc" for an MS Word document,
"*.wpd" for a Word Perfect document, or "*.txt" for a text-only file. If
you see that the extension ends in "*.zip," try again.
Find the "Attachment" command
and click on it.
Browse for the desired file and
Look for a "done" command (if
not done, it might say 'ok' or 'attach').
But wait a minute: nothing
can be that simple, yes?
In that case, I've provided
step-by-step directions for creating attachments in Hotmail and
Mail, two popular email providers.
Just click on one of the following
links to read the directions for your specific provider:
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