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Computer Basics Set 4 (Email)

This set has the words from the fourth Computer Basics workshop, Email. The part of speech for each term is given in the definition: (n) noun, (v) verb, and (adj) adjective.
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attach
(n) to include a file like a picture or a document with an email message
attachment
(n) a file that is included with an email message
Bcc
(n/v) to secretly include a second or more people in an email conversation (from the words "blind carbon copy")
Cc
(n/v) including a second or more people in an email conversation (from the words "carbon copy")
closing
(n) the words above your signature in an email such as "Regards", "Cheers", or "Sincerely"
compose
(v) to write or create something online
download
(v) to move a file from the Internet to your computer
draft
(n) a first try at writing something
(v) to write something the first time
greeting
(n) the words that open an email; it often starts with "Dear" and is followed by the recipient's name
netiquette
(n) the polite or acceptable way to behave online; from the words net (internet) and etiquette
recipient
(n) the one receiving an email message
register
(n) the formality or informality of a message like an email
reply
(n) an answer to a post or comment made by someone else on a website; responding to an email
(v) to answer an email or write a response to a post or comment on a website
reply all
(v) to respond to the sender as well as everyone else who was cc'd on an email message
send
(v) to click the button that instantly transmits an email message
signature
(n) your name at the bottom of an email message
spam
(n) a junk email message from an unknown sender
(v) to send unwanted email to someone
spell check
(n) a tool that checks to see if there are any spelling mistakes in an online document
subject
(n) the topic of an email; this should be short and relevant
submit
(v) to click a button to send information online
tone
(n) the attitude of a writer that we understand from the words they choose
upload
(v) to move a file from your computer to the internet, usually to a website, an LMS, etc.
insert
(v) to add a picture to a document, a presentation, or the body of an email; (n) a picture or other file that is added to a document, a presentation, or the body of an email
body
(n) the main part of an email message, containing the greeting, text, closing, signature, and any inserts or attachments
emoji
(n) a small image used to show emotion in informal email messages
format
(n) the way that a document, an email, or a website is organized; (v) to arrange or organize a document, email or website
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