When i go to open a file or check email my cursor has a mind of its own and goes completely in the opposite direction, it's like i'm fighting with it to get to open a file! Can anyone help me with this!!
I just replaced my keyboard because that was skipping letters and adding ones I didn't key in!! Thank you, Pam
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Attachments to email should be less than 10mb.
Your ISP sets the limit.
Open an email and get it ready to go.
Put cursor where you want the attachment to sit on the page.
Drag your file to be attached, from the Desktop to the Email window & drop. Then clik send.
For larger attachments:
Use the free DropBox to share files with friends. You place files to be shared in the Dropbox Folder which shows in the top menu of a Mac. Very simple to use, once set up. https://db.tt/7ByRbUj
What I typically do is open notepad (or word) and type my email. Then do a Ctrl A and Ctrl C then go to the website and place the cursor in the email box and hit Ctrl V then tab and Ctrl V. That should give you the same email twice.
I know some funny tools which work with emails. But several days ago I was on the Inet and caught sight - outlook express troubleshoot. It resolved my problem for seconds and completely free of charge as I bore firmly in mind. Moreover the software showed me how it could safely open the file of dbx format and extract messages.
Hi, after the item/s are scanned you should be taken through a series of prompts, one being to save the scanned item/s. Can't tell by your description at what point you are having trouble. So I may be covering some areas you may already be familiar with. After you have saved item/s to a location where you can access it, depending on how the item was saved, such as in the Windows and Fax Viewer or similar. If you are using Microsoft Windows that is. Place cursor over the saved file, right click and place cursor over "Send To" where a drop down menu will have some options, select "Mail Recipient" and it should open up your preferred email program with the item/s attached ready for you to enter the email address where you want to send it to. If not then open your email program that you wish to use and select the option to write send or compose mail depending on which program you use, select "add attachment" then select "Browse" and when you locate the item right click it and click "Select" which should place the item/s into an attachment.
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