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Handout on Google Mail

Handout on Google Mail

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Published by Jane B
A thirty odd page tutorial on the basics of how to use Google Mail
A thirty odd page tutorial on the basics of how to use Google Mail

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Published by: Jane B on Aug 28, 2008
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Gmail handout August 2008 © Balhatchet Page 1
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SIGN IN TO YOUR GOOGLE ACCOUNT........................................................................3
 
 VIEW YOUR INBOX.....................................................................................................4READ A MESSAGE.......................................................................................................6
 
OPEN A DOCUMENT ATTACHMENT.............................................................................7
 
OPEN A PICTURE ATTACHMENT.................................................................................9
 
SAVE A DOCUMENT ATTACHMENT............................................................................11
 
SAVE A PICTURE ATTACHMENT................................................................................12
 
REPLY TO A MESSAGE ..............................................................................................14
 
FORWARD A MESSAGE.............................................................................................17
 
CREATE A MESSAGE..................................................................................................21
 
 ADD AN ATTACHMENT..............................................................................................22
 
CONTACTS................................................................................................................24
 
CONTACT GROUPS....................................................................................................25
 
 ADDRESS A MESSAGE TO A CONTACT OR GROUP....................................................29
 
PRINTING A MESSSAGE...........................................................................................30
 
FILE MANAGEMENT..................................................................................................32
 
TUTORIALS...............................................................................................................32
 
 APPENDIX ................................................................................................................33
 
G
OOGLE
D
OCUMENTS
........................................................................................................33G
OOGLE
C
 ALENDAR 
..........................................................................................................34
 
Sending and receiving emails
WITH GOOGLEMAIL
 
 
Gmail handout August 2008 © Balhatchet Page 2
To start sending an email from your computer you could use appropriate softwaresuch as Microsoft Outlook Express or Microsoft Outlook. However, if you are awayfrom home or away from your desk, these applications will not be set up to use youremail address. So… a useful alternative is to use Webmail such as Hotmail, YahooMail or GoogleMail. To start sending emails this way you must open your webbrowser. To do this click on the ‘e’ Internet Explorer icon OR click the Start button,slide up to Programs, slide through the arrow then click on Internet Explorer (if IE is notin the list, click the double chevron arrow at the bottom of the list to show all options).I am assuming that you already have a GoogleMail address and from this point I shallrefer to GoogleMail as Gmail. An email address is usually something like:
 jbalhatchet@hotmail.co.uk  jane@balhatchet.demon.co.uk  j.balhatchet@lineone.net jane_balhatchet@ihug.com.aubalhatchet.j@ozdomain.co.nz john_smith4321@aol.comacl.pod104@gmail.com
The bit immediately after the @ sign is the ‘Domain’ name or your Internet ServiceProvider. Gmail is provided by Google the well-known search engine.From your home page, you will need to sign in to Google, so if Google isn’t your homepage, type in the URL or web address:
www.google.co.uk 
The Title Bar at the top of your screen may look familiar if you havealready used any other Microsoft Programs. It tells you that you areworking in Internet Explorer. The three icons at the end of the barallow you to minimise, restore (maximise) or close the window/application.
 
Gmail handout August 2008 © Balhatchet Page 3
SIGN IN TO YOUR GOOGLE ACCOUNT
From the Google page …Click theSign inlink at the top to be taken to the log in screen.If you are at home you could click the ‘remember me on this computer’ check box butthis would not be advisable on a public computer such as the library or in an InternetCafé because your password will automatically be remembered.

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