Vikki: Hi, I'm Vikki Vaughan, and today we'll learn how to forward an email in Microsoft Outlook. This workshop is intended for users with low vision. If you use a screen reading program, be sure to check out our screen reading version of this workshop. Emails often contain information that we wish to share with others, whether it be a work memo, a recipe, or a funny joke. Microsoft Outlook provides several methods to accomplish this quickly and easily.
Let's jump into our inbox to learn how. At the top of our list we see an email from my friend, Ricky. She's asking for a recipe for French silk pie, and it just so happens that my co-worker, Tonya, makes a fantastic version of this dessert. Instead of writing Tonya to repeat Ricky's request, let's investigate an easier method. It's called forwarding an email. We can think of it as placing a letter from one person in an envelope and mailing it to another person.
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