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Show step of mailing a copy of your SPM transceipt using photocopy machine
Lay the document on the copier with the printed side down on the glass
Press the "Scan" button to begin the scanning process. Follow the on-screen steps on the copier or on your computer for your particular brand of copier.
Select a destination for your document. Save your document to the computer, giving it a name and location you easily remember, or enter an email address if available.
Confirm the scanned image is accurate. If not, reset the document on the copier and scan it again. Otherwise, click "Next" or "OK" to complete the scanning process.
Open your preferred email program and attach the document to an email if the copier cannot send the file directly to your email address. Select a recipient to send the scanned document and click "Send" after composing your message.
Turn on the copier and your computer. Check that your copier is connected to your computer before you begin.
Show step of making call from your telephone
Switch on your phone
Open the contacts of number phone
Find the contacts number's name that you want to make call
Then tap to call the user
Show step of saving your document in your computer
Start a new document in Word and type your text.
Click File in the top left-hand corner of the screen.
:From the menu, choose Save.
A ‘Save’ dialogue box will come up. At the top and at the left-hand side in the list of folder options, it will show the folder where you’ll be saving the document. If you wish to change this folder, navigate through the folders on the left-hand side of the dialogue box to choose the one where you want to save your document.
Word will automatically give your document a name, based on the first few words of your text. If you don’t like the one given, once you have chosen the destination folder, type a name for your document in the ‘File name’ box. Come up with a name that is concise but will allow you to find the document easily again.
Once you have typed in the name of your document, click Save.
Your document will now have a name, which will be shown at the very top of your document screen. If you make changes to your document and then save them after it has been saved originally, the dialogue box will not come up again. It will just save your changes without any visual notification being shown.
: The ‘Save As’ menu – the link to which is on the left-hand side of the ‘File’ dialogue box, beneath ‘Save’ – is used to save an existing document under another name. This is helpful if you’ve made changes to your document and then want to save the changes, but also keep the original document in its original format and under its original name.
Show steps of buying a tin of soft drink for vending machine
:Put the amount of money to vending machine
:Choose which one soft drink would you like
:Press the button based on choosen
:Get your's tin of soft drink from machine when it come out
Show steps of sending in email to your friends
:Setting up an account.Decide on an email provider
: Go to the email provider's website. Type the email provider's website address into your browser's address bar and press ↵ Enter:
:Click the "Sign Up" button.This button may say "Create an Account" or something similar and is typically in the upper-right side of the email page
:Enter your information. Though there may be additional information needed, you'll typically be required to add the following information for all email provider
Go to your inbox. If you just finished setting up your account, you should be looking at your inbox right now. Otherwise, you'll have to re-enter your email provider's address in your browser. :
:Select the "Compose" button. This is the button that prompts the email provider to open a new email template
:Type in another person's email address. You'll typically do this in the "To" field, which is usually the text field at the top of the new email window
:Enter a subject for the email. While optional, typing a subject into the "Subject" field will give some context to the email. :
:Write an email. You'll do this in the large, white space below the Subject field
:Review your formatting options. Many email providers simply have a toolbar located between the subject line and the body of the email that allows you to perform simple formatting functions, from choosing a font style, color, and size to creating a bulleted list.
:Attach a photo, video, document, or other file if you want. Most email interfaces have a paperclip icon that, when clicked, allows you to select files to upload to your email. It is usually located at the bottom of the body of the email or somewhere along the toolbar between the subject line and the body of the email.
:Select the"Send" button. The "Send" button is almost always located on the bottom of the message template on either the left or right side. Doing so will send your email to the person (or people) whose email address(es) you placed in the "To" field.