How to Send a Text Message on the Motorola Razr


Text messaging affords you the ability to communicate with someone in a quiet but crowded room, and even when you are sitting in a meeting. It has opened up a new form of communication in our the digital age, and learning to use this technology can connect you to friends and colleagues in new and exciting ways.

Things You'll Need

  • Motorola Razr
  • Open up the contact list in your phone. Find this by simply hitting the “Contact” button on your phone. Search for the contact that you would like to send the text message to by either using the directional pad to scroll through your list alphabetically or entering the first few letters of the contact name in the search box at the bottom of the screen. Once you have found the contact you are looking for, highlight it using the directional pad.

  • Hit the “Options” button at the bottom right of the screen. Make sure that the correct contact is highlighted on the screen before continuing on to your message. Once you hit the “Options” button you will be given 5 options to choose from, including the options to send either a picture message or a text message.

  • Press the number "3" and hit the directional pad down twice to select “Send Txt Msg” to send a message. Once you have this option highlighted, click “OK.” You are now ready to send your text message. In the “To” field, double check to make sure the right contact is listed.

  • Create your text message by using the number keypad. Using the keypad you can spell out words; if you want to add a number you will need to click the button on the bottom right of the screen. This will pull up a screen that you can scroll through to choose between letters, numbers or symbols. Create the message with these options.

  • Click on the "Send" button to finish sending your message. Once you send the message there is no way you can undo sending it, so be sure that you are sending it to the right person and that it says what you want it to say. Reviewing your messages before you send them allows you to catch any mistakes and also stops you from sending a potentially harmful message to someone.

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