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Interactive video lesson plan for: How to Attach a Document to an E-mail

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Don’t copy and paste the text of a document into an e-mail when you can attach the document to the e-mail itself.

Step 1: Address and type e-mail
Address and type your e-mail.

Step 2: Click Attach button
Click the Attach button in the toolbar of your e-mail program. This button is usually indicated by a paper clip or the words Attach File.

You may also go to the menu bar and select Insert and then File if you can't find an Attach button.

Step 3: Find the file
Find the file location using the dialog box that popped up on your screen.

Step 4: Select file
Select the document file or files and click OK or Insert.

Step 5: Continue or send
Continue writing your e-mail and click Send to shoot your document into cyberspace.

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