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CIS 120 Assignment
1. Create a new e-mail message Start a new message
On the File menu, point to New, and then click Mail Message. Keyboard shortcut: To create a new e-mail message, press CTRL+SHIFT+M. In the Subject box, type the subject of the message.
2. Add recipients Enter the recipients' names in the To, Cc, or Bcc box. Separate the names with a semicolon (;).
The Bcc: field helps you deal with the problems created by Cc:. As it is the case with Cc:, a copy of the message goes to every single email address appearing in the Bcc: field. The difference is that neither the Bcc: field itself nor the email addresses in it appear in any of the copies and not in the message sent to the person in the To: field either. The only recipient address that will be visible to all recipients is the one in the To: field. So, to keep maximum anonymity you can put your own address in the To: field and use Bcc: exclusively to address your message.
3. Change the font On the Message tab, in the Basic Text group, you can select the font, font size, font style (bold, italic, and underline), font color, and text highlighting.
On the Format tab, in the Font group, you can select the font and font size; increase or decrease the size by one increment; change the font style (bold, italic, underline, strikethrough); change the case, the font color, and the text highlighting; and remove all font formatting.
On the Mini toolbar that appears when you select text, you can select the font, increase or decrease the size by one increment, select a theme, use the Format Painter, select the font style (bold, italic, and underline), and highlight text.
4. How to send an email
Click New in the upper left corner to write an email. On the new page, click in the blank box beside To: and type the email address of the person you're writing to. Add addresses in the Cc: field if you want to…...

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