As in, how to right-click>send to>mail recipient. Bit wordier than that, and with a picture.
Another covering-the-basics tip this week, but again - you'd be amazed how many don't know the difference. You'll see people copy then delete, or cut and paste twice, or copy every time they want to paste... sometimes it's worth spelling things out obviously: ICT Tip 064 - Cut, Copy & Paste.doc
A bit of a delayed start to the term - it all goes mad in the first week or so - but time to get back up and running with IT Tips.
This week is an educational Public Service Announcement, because no-one seems to know that BCC exists: ICT Tip 049 - To, CC and BCC.doc
ICT Tip 044 - Work Email on Smartphones.doc
Y'all will have to do a bit of the work yourselves this week - I've stripped out all the settings specific to my domain and replaced with them [placeholders in squarebrackets]. Go through and fill out the details as appropriate to your network. We use Exchange here, so it may not be appropriate for your network, though I'd have thought most email services were capable of supporting smartphone email.
iPhone, Android and Windows Phone instructions
This is the killer feature in Windows 7 as far as I'm concerned. This and the searchable Start Menu.
It's simple, but I use it dozens of times a day. It's quick. It's effective. It's listed in the title of this blog post, completely undermining any attempted suspense. It is, of course, the wonder of ICT Tip 037 - Aero Snap.doc!
A lot of people have no idea that this exists, despite it being useful for nearly everyone. Send it out. Tell them. Share the joy of knowledge. Just