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How to Improve your Email and Your Communications
Chicago Computer Society - Downtown Computer Club Meeting

Joe Vangsness, Presenter

Thursday March 26, 2009 6:00pm - 8:00pm

National-Louis University
122 S. Michigan Ave.
Room 5026 (5th floor)

6:00pm - 6:30pm Open Forum - Tips, Tricks & Traps
6:30pm - 7:50pm Presentation
7:50pm - 8:00pm Wrap-up

Open Forum - Tips, Tricks & Trap
Are you having problems with your software or computer? The open forum gives you a chance to get answers to your questions and learn about new developments.

Presentation - How to Improve your Email and Your Communications
It seems that almost everyone uses email today but not everyone is effective with it. I get a lot of questions about email:

  • How do you send a message to several people without showing everyone's email address?
  • Why do I get some much spam and what can I do to stop it?
  • How do you attach files to an email?
  • How do you resize images to make them smaller for an email?
  • What's the best way to organize email so I can find the ones I am looking for?
  • Which email program is best: Outlook Express, Outlook or Thunderbird?

Do you have additional questions or issues with email? Bring them to the meeting and we will address them as well as the questions listed above. We will also review some of the best known email practices to improve your efficiency, image and peace of mind.

If you can't attend this meeting and have an email issue or question, send it to me in advance (by email) and we will cover it in the meeting.

About the Downtown Computer Club of the Chicago Computer Society
The Downtown Computer Club is one of several clubs and special interest groups of the Chicago Computer Society. We meet on the fourth Thursday of the month except in November and December. Our meetings are open to members and non-members.

Joe Vangsness
reg@vangsness.com