‘‘That the man of God may be competent, equipped for every good work’

 Timothy 3:17 ESV

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Saving  files.

The first thing to do is to develop a strategy (i.e. be organised!)  for saving data into your computer, whether from emails or anywhere else.

This means creating folders that correspond to what it is you are saving.  You might  receive emails related to family photos, circulars from the gardening club, minutes from church meetings, posters related to various community matters and nice emails from your husband etc etc.

Some of these folders will need to have sub folders - e.g. posters will arrive from school and church. To make it easy to save and also to find later, school can be made a sub folder of posters, as can church.

You should develop a folder strategy on paper before continuing.

Click to see how to implement your strategy and create folders and sub folders.

Now you have somewhere set up to save your data to. Here is how to save email attachments to a folder on your computer. How you do this depends upon how you access your emails. Click here for guidance on saving from web mail pages within a browser or…………………….

………………the  following example uses a typical Windows Microsoft Outlook email program…..

Here is a typical email that has an attachment - in this case a PDF, that I would like to save into the Library called “DOCUMENTS”, folder called EMAILS with a sub folder called CHURCH.

Right click on the PDF file name and an action pop-up menu will appear.

Move the mouse pointer to “Save As” (A )and left click.

“Save As” causes the above display to appear.         

Move the mouse pointer to the correct folder/subfolder ( B ) and left click, to highlight the target folder in blue.         

Finally left click the “Save” button ( C ) to place the attachment in the CHURCH sub folder of EMAILS.

 ( B )

( C )

( A )