How do I save emails to a DVD/CD

  Ratler 18:38 19 Jul 11

My son who lives on the Bodmin Moors is too far from civilisation to be connected to the Internet either by Landline od Mobile Phone. I have a lot of jokes I mwish to send to him (some with graphics) How do I transfer these funnies to a CD/DVD to post to him...Ratler..

  gengiscant 10:02 20 Jul 11

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You will also need to insure that your son can actually open them.I have no experience of this so cannot really give any advice.

I suppose you could copy the jokes without graphics to a word doc. Have not got a clue as to the graphic question but I doubt it will be particularly difficult.

Sorry I cannot be of more help.

  rdave13 11:04 20 Jul 11

Check if you and your son have XPS viewer installed. XPS Viewer

If you both have it then open an email and select print ,not the browser's print icon, but the icon within the email account. Select Microsoft XPS document writer as your printer. This will save the file on your PC including any graphics. Laborious if you have a lot of emails but works ok.

If your son doesn't have XPS viewer installed then open a XPS file and you can use a screen print program such as the snipping tool to convert to a jpeg image and burn those to disc.


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