Welcome to our Question of the Week Email!
Monday, July 10, 2017
Dear --FNAME--,

I hope you had a great 4th of July celebration!  

Many of us will be vacationing during the rest of July and in August and I know we like to take our computers with us.  Unfortunately, many laptops are too big, too heavy and just a pain to lug around.  Tablets are neat to take traveling but they can't do everything a laptop can do.  I have a solution for this conundrum!  We have a limited number of Acer 11.6" laptops.  The weight is only 3 pounds, it comes with Windows 10 Pro (lots of extra features with Pro), operates via wireless and Bluetooth, and it is fast!  The world's largest retailer (you pass their big stores everyday and know who they are) sells this unit for $279.00  While supplies last, you can save $40 by buying from us!  Here's all the info:
Acer Laptop
11.6" screen * Touchscreen * 12 Hour battery * 3.09 lbs * 2GB RAM * 32GB Flash Memory * Windows 10 Pro 64-bit OS * Memory Card Reader * Webcam * Microphone * Speakers * 2 USB ports (1 3.0, 1 2.0) 
Our special price - $239 (plus tax if you live in Florida)
Our normal setup charge applies if you want us to set this computer up.  To purchase this before our supply is gone, do one of the following:
1)  Call us at 772-408-4425.
2)  Buy now using PayPal - click HERE.
3)  Buy now using a credit card - it's the top item HERE.
Please note: sales tax and setup (if they apply) will be collected at the time of delivery/shipment.  Also, this laptop does NOT have a DVD/CD device.

Joyce and I hope you have an awesome week.

Next Seminar
Our summer hiatus continues!  There will be no seminars in July or August.  But, we hope you'll join us on September 9, 2017 for our next seminar.  The subject is "First Computer Bug?" and it will be from 10:00 a.m.-12 Noon at Trinity United Methodist Church in Jensen Beach, FL.  (Click on the picture above to get directions, etc.)  You can find an outline of what we plan to cover by visiting our seminar page which you'll find HERE.
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Question of the Week

Question:  "After I read your Question of the Week email last week, I created a Gmail label (group).  Now, how do I send an email to this group?"

Answer:  We'll start with the word of caution we gave you last week:  remember to use BCC (Blind Carbon Copy) if you are sending to a group of contacts who don't know each other.
1)  In Gmail, click on Compose to open a blank email.
2)  If you are using BCC:, click on BCC on the right-hand side of the new blank email.  This will add the BCC line where you can put addresses.
3)  Click on the BCC on the new line.
4)  Click on the drop-down menu which reads "My Contacts."
5)  From the list, choose the group to which you want to send your email.
6)  From here, you can individually choose some of the people in the group.  If you want to send to everyone, then check the box that reads "Select all."
7)  Click on the SELECT button at the bottom of the window.
8)  Everyone you selected is now listed under BCC.  Give your email a subject, write your email and hit Send.
Another word of caution: email providers limit the number of emails you can send in an hour and in a day.  If you have a LARGE group of people (more than 50), consider breaking up the group and sending to one group per hour.  If you have an extremely large group (like we do), you need to use an email service like Robly.

Want to print out the steps for sending to a group in email?  Click HERE.
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