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what format is your resume in? Microsoft Word? Just open your resume, hold CTRL and press A (this selects everything), then hold CTRL and press C (this copies the text), start a new email to the person you're sending it to and in the body of the email, hold CTRL and press V (this pastes the copied text).
>This error message ONLY comes up on Client Mails such as Outlook Express, Microsoft Outlook, Windows Mail...Etc...
>It indicates Send/Receive had been interrupted
>What you can do is to reconfigure the POP/SMTP Server Settings
>With this issue it would be best for you to contact you Internet Service Provider (ISP) since ISP's have their own unique POP/SMTP values...
>comments suggestions ratings and violent reactions will greatly be appreciated
Microsoft Outlook 2002 (XP) and 2003
From the Tools menu, choose E-mail Accounts.
Click in the circle beside "View or change existing e-mail accounts." Click Next.
Click the email account you wish to modify and then click Change.
Click More Settings.
From the tabs along the top, click "Outgoing Server."
Check "My outgoing server requires authentication”.
Also, make sure to check "Use same settings as my incoming mail server."
Microsoft Outlook Express
From the Tools menu, choose Accounts.
Select the "Mail" tab.
Click the email account you wish to modify and then click Properties
Select the "Servers" tab.
Check the box next to "My Server Requires Authentication."
Click the Settings button.
Ensure that Use same settings as my incoming mail server is selected and click OK.
Click Apply on the properties dialog box to confirm your changes and to close the window.
Click Close on the Internet Account dialog box to complete the settings change.
Sometimes when the right click options do not work, you can revert to the old DOS command short cuts. I am unsure of the Fn + "F" key stroke to take a screen shot but the keyboard short cuts for copy, cut and paste are: copy is Ctrl + C, Cut is Ctrl + X, Paste is Ctrl + V
I can not get your question properly.If you are talking about microsoft office 2007 or the camera which is faulty???if you have the camera software installed please find it in your "all programs list "or in the "control panel" or "program files".