Raul from Puerto Rico asks:
This may sound ridiculous, but I’m still a novice when it comes to e-mail. For example, what are attachments?
Hey, Raul – it’s not a ridiculous questions at all – hopefully this offers some insight.
An e-mail attachment is a file you include with an e-mail. For example, let’s say you have a text document or picture you want to share with someone. You can “attach” this document to an e-mail and send it off to them.
How do you attach it? Usually via a little paper clip icon in your e-mail software. Just click it and you should get a dialog box that lets you navigate to, and attach, the file of your choice.
And no, it doesn’t take the file off your computer, it only sends a copy of it.
A word of caution though. Keep an eye on the size of the file you’re sending. Your recipient may not appreciate downloading a 200 megabyte file.