Moving an Attachment to My Documents

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Moving attachments to "My Documents" is a great way to clear up some of the clutter on your computer. Move an attachment to "My Documents" with help from an expert in information systems, programming languages, web development, and network security in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Luke, and this is "moving an attachment to my documents." If you have an attachment in an e-mail that you'd like to move into your documents, there's two ways you can do this. One, is by first, downloading the attachment. In your web browser, it'll automatically be saved in your downloads folder. Simply navigate to your downloads folder by going to the user, then selecting downloads. You can then highlight, copy, and then move to your documents folder, right-click and paste. Another option you have, in Outlook, is to specify directly where you'd like to save an attachment to. In this case, I'm going to choose my documents. And, when I click okay, it'll be saved, and that's it.

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