When you open a sample or saved message from the Suggested Messages list, much of the information (such as your name, email address, subject line, and body text areas) is already filled in. You can personalize the message by adding or changing words, formatting the text, copying new information, and so on.
You can save your new message to use later as a template for another message.
Step 1: Display the Email Page
Click Email from the top of the Participant Center page (or, click the Email link at the bottom of the page).
Note: If you are not on the Participant Center page, log in to the site, click the link that displays the Greeting page, and then click the Participant Center link.
Step 2: Display the Compose Your Email Message Below Page
In the Suggested Messages list, click the message. The Compose Your Email Message Below page displays with your name and email address already filled in along with the existing Subject and Body text.
Step 3: Select the Message Recipients from Your Address Book
Click the name of a contact in the Your Address Book to highlight it and then click Add Recipients.
Step 4: Manually Enter Message Recipients Not in Your Address Book
Click into the Send to area and type an email address.
Step 5: Edit or Enter the Subject Line
Click into the Subject area and type in your text if you want to change the subject line.
Step 6: Edit or Enter the Body Text
Click into the Body area and add new words or paragraphs, remove existing words, or change words.
If the Rich Text Editor window displays, you can format the font, its size, color, and alignment as well as make bulleted and numbered lists.For assistance, refer to Working in the Rich Text Editor.
Step 7: Preview Your Message
Step 8: Make Adjustments
Click into the appropriate fields to make any adjustments and repeat Step 7.
Step 9: Send Your Message
ClickSend. The Your email has been sent page displays and offers links you can use to perform your next task.
Note: If you Save this message without sending it, all names that you manually enter will be lost.
Step 10: Saving Your Message for Reuse