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How to send a document to a recipient using the postal service? How to get a copy of the document? A copy is a copy. When it comes to making an accurate copy of a document, it's very important to read and take notes as you do so.What's a copy? A copy is a physical copy of the actual, printed, or electronic document. For instance, a photocopy, scan, or a facsimile is a copy.When should you use a copy? You don't have to include the original document with your copy. It's better to get a copy for all of your records because the originals will be destroyed. You can include an original document with any of your copies. You do have to keep the original document in your file.When should you send a copy? A copy sent to a recipient is considered sent by the sending organization. Once your copy has been opened, it becomes the property of the sending organization and can be destroyed.When should you get a copy? You can get a copy for yourself and any other recipients you designate to have a copy made. A copy cannot be used to make duplicates, as that requires a special order form.You do have to keep the original document in your file.How to send a document using the postal service? Mail a copy to a recipient by regular mail or by using one of the methods below:Use or the USPS SmartPost service (opens in new window) to transfer the document to the address on file.Send a physical copy to the recipient by regular mail.Use the Canada Post Service Center-Mil...

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I want to be able to make electronic signatures that I can't scan, and I know I'm supposed to make electronic signatures that I can scan and I don't want my signature to have to get scanned because that would be too difficult. But, to be honest, I don't even know how to make one of those things.I would like to know how to make a computer keyboard that is easy to read without having to use a magnifier, and I know it doesn't have to have a keyboard on it. So, that's an easy one.Another thing which, I'm really good at, is the "E" or "E-mail" button. That's a very important feature where I know I have to have it. I'm not even sure I can remember how I got it but I do have the ability to press the "E" button when someone says, "E-mail me," or I can press the "E" button and press "Enter" so I know I have "Email me," even if I don't have it or even if I don't have a computer with a "E-mail" button. I don't think I can do it all at once, I think I would have to do each one as part of it.I know what you mean, I mean, I know if I say "Send an E-mail to the White House," even though I do have a computer with that "E-mail" button, I know that that "E-mail" button is not going to be on the computer, it's not going to be on my screen when I'm at home, it's not going to be on my screen when I'm on the airplane. So, if they send me a message, I don't know when I get that message, I don't know whether the computer is on or if I'm at home or if I'm on the airplane, I don't know how many...