Say you’re in Windows Explorer or an Open dialog box where the files you want to add to a future e-mail message reside. You could open up your e-mail program and use the attach utility to attach files, or, since you’re already right there with the files, you could speed things up this way:
To attach files to a new e-mail message starting from Windows Explorer or an open dialog box:
- select the files you want to attach, by saying, for instance “3 Downs” (see UC Lesson 5.5 for instructions on selecting noncontiguous files by speech)
- say “This Copy”
- say “Thunderbird Message Paste” (or Outlook, Express or Eudora, depending on the e-mail you use)
And there you have it, a new e-mail message with files attached.