Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Session 2
Trouble? Your message list might differ. Just make sure that the Test message you sent to
yourself is listed.
3. Click Test in the message list. The message is displayed in the preview pane.
4. Double-click Test in the message list to open the test message in its own window, and then
click the Maximize button in the Test message window to maximize it. (Note: You do
not need to open a message in its own window to work with the message.)
5. Click the Print button on the toolbar. The Print dialog box opens.
6. Click the Print button to print the message, and then click the Close button
on the title
bar of the Test message window.
Next you’ll perform another common e-mail task: replying to the messages you receive.
Replying to E-mail Messages
Some of the e-mail you receive asks you to provide information, answer questions, or
confirm decisions. Instead of creating a new e-mail message, you can reply directly to the
message. As part of the reply, Outlook Express fills in the To and Subject text boxes and
includes the text of the original message.
Susan suggests that you practice replying to your own e-mail message.
To reply to the Test e-mail message:
1. Make sure the Test message is selected in the message list, and then click the Reply button on
the toolbar. The Re: Test window, shown in Figure 20, opens. Click the Maximize button in
the Re: Test window to maximize it. The sender’s e-mail address is automatically entered in the
To text box, and the subject appears as “Re: Test.” If copies of the message have been sent to
more than one person, you can send a reply to everyone by clicking the Reply All button.
Replying to a message
Figure 20
sender’s e-mail
abbreviation Re:
added to subject
enter your
reply here
of original
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