Perhaps I’m showing my age, but I just don’t understand why some people choose to communicate by Facebook Messenger instead of email. I get emails that so-and-so has sent me a message on Facebook, and I have to login to read it.
Wouldn’t it make more sense — and be more considerate — to send the message in an email? Someone please explain this to me!
While on the topic of email, I find Windows’ default typeface (10-pt. Calibri) hard-to-read. I have changed that default to readable 12-pt. Georgia.
If you use Outlook, you can change your email defaults at File>Options>Mail>Stationery and Fonts.
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