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When an e mail has a poer point attachment how may you save that attachment on your desktop in a folder

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Create a folder on your desktop. Then on the attachment, right click > save as> then select your file on the desktop

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I wish to attachBayer Glucose readings to a doctor's E-mail


Start to compose the E-mail.
Click 'Insert'.
Click 'File Attachment'.
Navigate to the folder containing the readings.
Click on the file, to select it.
Click OK to attach it to the E-mail message.

Jul 16, 2011 | PC Desktops

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Rebuild the Windows Mail folder


If rebuilding the database does not resolve the issue, follow these steps to rebuild the Windows Mail folder:1. Close Windows Mail.
2. Confirm and copy Store Location of Windows Mail. To confirm Store Location, see Step 1 in “Method 1: Rebuild the message store of Windows Mail” that described above.
3. Click Start and paste the location path that found in Store Location of Windows Mail, place the cursor at the end of the pasted strings, and then press the Backspace key to delete the following strings.

Windows Mail
Notice that the default Windows Mail folder is located in C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Microsoft\WindowsMail.
4. Press Enter and open the folder.
5. Right-click the Windows Mail folder, and then click Rename.
6. Input old at the end of the folder name and change the folder name as below.

Windows Mailold
7. Start Windows Mail, confirm the Windows Mail folder is automatically created, and then close Windows Mail.

Note If new Windows Mail folder is compressed, you need to uncompress this folder.
8. Double-click the Windows Mailold folder used in Step 6 and open the folder.
9. Double-click Local Folder and copy the following file and paste the file into Local Folder in the new Windows Mail folder.

account{xxxxxxxxxxxxx}.oeaccount

Notice that xxxxxxxxxxxxx will be the numbers or alphabets.
10. If the following folders exist in the Windows Mailold folder, copy each folder into the new Windows Mail folder. • Stationery folder
• Microsoft Community folder

11. Close all folders and import messages in Windows Mail. To import message, use the following steps: a. Start Windows Mail.
b. Click File, point to Import, and then click Message.
c. Click Microsoft Windows Mail 7 in Select Program, and click Next.
d. Press Browse, select the location of Windows Mailold folder in Step 6, and then click Next.
e. Click All folders in Select the folder, and click Next.
f. Click Complete, and then the messages will be imported to Imported Folder.

12. Save the messages in the previous Inbox that imported to Imported Folder in Local Folder. You can select to move any messages from Inbox to each folder.

on Apr 28, 2008 | HP Pavilion a1410n (ER890AA) PC Desktop

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I PUT 203 EMAILS IN THE TRASH. HOW DO I SAVE ALL OF THEM INTO A FOLDER. CAN YOU HELP ME.?


The Trash folder deletes itself every few days, without your having any control over the timing. The best solution for saving 'deleted' e-mails to act upon at your own time is to create a new folder (My Own Trash ?, My Deletes ?) and move all deleted e-mails to that folder. You can move many at one time by using the check boxes beside each mail, then select Move. Don't forget to empty this folder once in a while ... :-)

Apr 16, 2011 | PC Desktops

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I DO NOT KNOW HOW TO PUT MY EMAILS THAT ARE IN THE TRASH INTO A FOLDER TO SAVE THEM. CAN YOU HELP ME?


Depending upon your email program, click on the trash folder then click on the email you want to save and then click on transfer back to the IN folder or to a folder where you want to save the emails.

Apr 16, 2011 | PC Desktops

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How do I save a jpg photo to my computer that has been sent via e-mail and give it a file name? I have a group of jpeg photos that were sent via e-mail, how do I delete the ones I don't want? My...


This depends of the email client you are using. If they are sent as attachments then save those attachments or download them to your hard drive. If they are embedded in the email then you will want to right click on the pictures and choose 'save as'.
Once the pictures are in the desired folder you can right click on the file again and choose 'rename' This will give you the option to name the picture anyway you like.

Feb 28, 2011 | Toshiba PC Desktops

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I just received an E-mail with 2 attachments with a ''gif'' format. When I try to open these attachments, which I expected to be a copy of a photograph, I obtain all kinds of strange objects, with no...


If you are sure that the Email attachment is from a reliable source and then content is potentially safe you can try to download the images to your computer and save it in a folder.

After you have saved the pictures, open the folder containing those picture files and try to open it with Internet explorer.

If it is not ready to open with Internet explorer then you should not try to open it with any other program. There are chances that either the file is corrupted or it contains a Virus or other harmful stuffs.

Jul 15, 2010 | Gateway GT5692 Desktop Computer

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How do I email photos from my dell computer?


A simple process to e-mail photos from any computer using windows is fairly simple. Find the folder with the pictures in them. Then select the pictures you would like to send by pressing the "ctrl" key while left clicking(left mouse button) on each picture you would like to send. Once you have selected the pictures then right click on one of the highlighted pictures and select "send to" and then "e-mail recipient" and then right click. This will bring up a page to send the e-mail using your default e-mail program with the pictures attached. You can then add any remarks,comments ect. and choose who you would like to send the pictures to.

Nov 25, 2009 | Dell Dimension 2400 PC Desktop

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How do I get the pictures downloaded from the computer that was sent to me. I am trying to get the pictures to put into an album from people that sent me pictures.


dont quite know what you are asking here?
are they already on your pc and you want them printed or do you want them downloaded from an e-mail?
if you want them from an e-mail, near the top of the e-mail you will find a file such as 'pic121109'...click on it with your mouse and and a menu will appear...open/save/cancel....click save....add a destination for the file.... before you start, create a new folder on your desktop named say "downloaded pictures for album" and save into this folder....you may have to download each photo at a time. hope this helps:)

Oct 07, 2009 | PC Desktops

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If I try to open my e-mail with an attachment, I have to first save it in my Documents, then only I can open. However any Power Point item does not open. When I bought my computer they gave me...


Download "FoxIT reader" works better than Adobe reader to open the attachments.
You need to reinstall office to repair Powerpoint or you can go to Microsoft's website and download "ppviewer"

Sep 26, 2008 | HP PC Desktops

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