Email

 

Email

a.Basics of electronic mail

What is an electronic mail ?

Electronic mail, most commonly referred to as email or e-mail since ca. 1993,[2] is a method of exchanging digital messages from an author to one or more recipients. Modern email operates across the Internet or other computer networks. Some early email systems required that the author and the recipient both be online at the same time, in common with instant messaging. Today's email systems are based on a store-and-forward model. Email servers accept, forward, deliver, and store messages. Neither the users nor their computers are required to be online simultaneously; they need connect only briefly, typically to a mail server, for as long as it takes to send or receive messages.

Email Addressing

A name that identifies an electronic post office box on a network where e-mail can be sent. Different types of networks have different formats for e-mail addresses. On the Internet, all e-mail addresses have the form:

@<domain name >

 

 

Mailbox – Inbox and Outbox

An area in memory or on a storage device where e-mail is placed. In e-mail systems, each user has a private mailbox. When the user receives e-mail, the mail system automatically puts it in the mailbox.

The mail system allows you to scan mail that is in your mailbox, copy it to a file, delete it, print it, or forward it to another user. If you want to save mail, it is a good idea to copy it to a file, because files tend to be more stable than mailboxes.

 

 

6. Power point

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Basic Vocabulary

Slide  :  A single page in PowerPoint

Presentation   :  All the slides for a speech

Slide layout  : How things are arranged on a slide

Design Template  : All slides are unified by preselected fonts, colors, graphics, etc.

 

Step1 : Getting started

Open power point
Select Blank presentation

Step2 :

Choose layout for the first slide

In the new slide menu, select an Auto layout

 

Step3

Insert Title

Place cursor in the title box and type your name

Step4

Move Title box

Place pointer on the edge of the title box, and drag it to the middle of the page
 

Step5

Format font

 Place cursor in the title box and highlight your name.

 

 

Step5 (Continued)

 On the toolbar choose format and select font.

 

 

Step5 (Continued)

Format Font

 A font box will open. Choose the font style, size, color, etc. you want and click OK.

 

Step6

Format background:

 Place your cursor anywhere on your slide, right click your mouse and choose background.

 

Step6 (Continued)

Format background:

 A toolbox will open, and you can choose the color of your background. Click apply to all when finished.

 

Step7

Insert next slide

 On toolbar, click on insert. Choose new slide.

 

Step8

Choose layout for new slide:

 A new slide will appear. Click on the slide layout you want to use for this slide.

 

Step9

Insert Title

 Place cursor in the title box, and type the title for your second slide.

 

 

Step10

Format title

 To format your title, click on format on   the toolbar and choose font. You can also choose the justification from the toolbar.

 

 

Step11

Insert text

 Place your cursor in the text box. Hit backspace on your keyboard to delete the bullet point, and type your main points (hit enter after each one).

 

Step12

Move textbox over

 Resize the textbox (to make room for your bullet points) by holding your cursor over the edge of the textbox until it turns into a two-sided arrow      and then drag the text box to right just a little.