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Interactive video lesson plan for: How to E-mail Pictures

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A fun and easy way to relive memories with your friends and family is through sharing photos by e-mail.

Step 1: Compose new e-mail
Compose a new e-mail.

Step 2: Insert e-mail address
Insert the e-mail address of the person to whom you will be e-mailing the picture.

Step 3: Type in the subject line
Type the subject of your e-mail in the subject line.

Step 4: Click "Attach" or "File"
Click the "Insert File" or "Attach" button.

Step 5: Click "Browse" button
Click the "Browse" button and navigate to the folder on your computer where your picture is stored. Click on the picture you want to send.

Step 6: Click "Attach" button
Click the "Attach File" button and wait for the picture to upload.

You may have to use a photo-editing program to reduce your picture's size if the file is too big or you are having trouble uploading or sending.

Step 7: Click "Send"
Send your e-mail, and wait for a confirmation. Enjoy sharing your photos.

Did You Know?
Did you know? Ray Tomlinson sent the very first network e-mail in 1971.

Tagged under: -mail,technology,pictures,instant messaging

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