sorry this probably isn't the answer you are looking for, but my personal
advice would be to avoid ebay like the plague, as far as selling goes.
there system gives no rights to sellers, is totally biost in the buyers favour
all of the time, and basically lets buyers get away with murder, such as not
paying for items, damaging items themselves then returning them, and using
items short term then returning them by inventing non-existent issues, to name
a few abuses that ebay seems to have no intention of stopping. not only that,
but sellers pay around 13% of what they make, to support, and get ripped off,
by this unfair system!
take a look at:
or search for ebay sucks for sellers on youtube.
use another platform to sell on, such as gumtree or shpock.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, February 28, 2018 2:36 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Emailing Photos.
Brian wants to sell some speakers on EBay but because he finds the site
difficult, he wants a friend of his to put the details onto the site.
So: first problem is sending the photos to this friend.
They are zipped and I thought we could find the folder, then applications
key, send to submenu and then the mail option and alt tab to find the field to
enter the recipient. This did not appear.
Then we tried putting in the recipient details and hitting attach, searching
for the right folder but then how do we attach?
Brian is using Windows 10 and Windows Live Mal.
Thanks for any help.