Asked in Microsoft Windows
How do you put two colors in your msn personal message?
Asked in Internet
When you block someone on MSN can they still see your personal message?
What should I put on personalized business greeting cards?
Asked in Spanish to English
What is 'Tienes MSN Pásamelo' when translated from Spanish to English?
Can you send a message to someone privately?
Yes, you can. If you want to send a personal message to a Supervisor, their email address will be their username (if it has a space, put a period instead of a space) @ WikiAnswers.com (remove spaces). If it is a regular contributor, you must ask for their email. Email is the only way to send a personal message to another contributor.
Asked in YouTube, Social Media
How do you put a background on your YouTube channel?
Asked in Computers, Internet
What is a good personal message for msn?
Sometimes the Heart Sees what is Invisible to the Eye. If you wanted a nice, easy, simple but nice name for msn, you could maybe for a girl (this is what I do) put something like this... copy this to your big name, and if your name is different, take out that name, and insert your own :)........ [c=1]georgiaaaa[/c][i]babes[/i]. that is what I have, and maybe if you wanted you could put darling or something after it instead of babes :) kl idea i changed it to this: [c=4]mynickname[/c][b][i]peace_outt[/b]xx[/i] but i used it as a name not pm ;) just an idea...
Asked in Nursing
When writing nursing initials after name do you write BSN and MSN?
Asked in Social Network Websites, Facebook, Webcams
If you have just took a webcam picture on msn how do you put that picture on Facebook?
Asked in AOL Mail and AIM IM, Email and IM
How do I receive an email from my own address?
Depends on the email host. Some providers (such as MSN hotmail) allow you to send emails to you own account. Just put your own address in the "Recipient" bar. The provider should not matter at all, you just need to put your email in as the recipient. The message will be sent to your inbox almost instantaneously.