get the WI report to the treasurer

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what does it mean?“what does ‘draft’ mean?”

Mum was unsure whether a ‘draft’ email had been sent or not, she was unsure what to do with it.

So ‘Save’ is that little picture of the TV?”

This is an update on her original interpretation of the icon as a car with a football underneath. She’d forgotten her original description. Neither icon says ‘save’ to her so she keeps failing to ‘see’ it as a solution to her nameable problem

Why do I have to give it a Subject?”

Mum uses Facebook and sends paper letters. Neither need a subject line. I showed her the subject lines in her inbox, and pointed out that if no emails had subject lines her inbox would look like a list of name

After 4 demonstrations, 2 practices, some note taking by mum and illustrated sketched steps by me, I think mum may be able to email the annual report to her colleague

 

get the WI report to the treasurer
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  1. ExpatEgghead writes:

    I can only… well, sympathise. You are a wonderful daughter.

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  2. wendy writes:

    Mum is wonderful, all the problems she demonstrated make perfect sense. It’s not that she’s stupid, the system isn’t intuitive for someone who only uses Facebook – and I’m so glad she does. She loves looking at the photographs her family post there…

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