Janice: Madam, what can I do for you?
Nova:Next week there will be a meeting with the manager of UCE Company; this is an important opportunity for our company to have a new relationship with a new partner. So, I want you to prepare an instruction book with detailed introduction of our products. This introduction will be presented in the meeting.
Janice: I get it. And…?
Nova: Remember to add an agenda for this meeting and show our warm welcome to them.
Janice: How about adding some pictures of our products for the introduction?
Nova: Good idea! The pictures will illustrate the performance of our products vividly.
Janice: OK, I will prepare it right now.
Nova: Janice, do your best,it's very important.
Janice: Please trust me.I will finish it very well.
Mary: What's wrong with you?
Janice: I'm trying to send the instruction book by E-mail, but I failed many, many times. And there is something wrong with the net maybe. It's so slow.
Mary: Well, maybe the net is slow now. Try it again.
Janice: I am used to editing with Word 2003, and there are many pictures in the book.
Mary: It's beyond question. You can save it the same as a document.
Janice: I merely know how to send the direct letter. But I am not familiar with the attachment.
Mary: It's the same as usual. The only difference lies in that you need to paste the book as an attachment.
Janice: Can I mail the book if it is a large file?
Mary: There are limitations to the capacity of an E-mail. Commonly it's no more than 4 MB.
Janice: What if it exceeds the capacity?
Mary: You can divide it into several documents to mail. Or you can download the mentioned sofeware from the warning.