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How to quote an original text in your response?
If you want to respond to multiple points within a previous email, you can easily do so by using the “quote” feature.
Step-by-step Instructions

First, open the email that contains the original text you want to quote in your response.

Select the text you want to quote and click the “quote” feature in the formatting bar. This will add quotation marks to the selected text and indent it to the right.

Write your response below the quoted text. Make sure to clearly indicate that the text you are quoting is from the original email by using phrases like “As mentioned in the previous email” or “As you stated in your email”.

If you want to add additional comments or clarification to the quoted text, you can do so by writing them in a separate paragraph below the quoted text.
Once you’re done, hit send to send your response with the quoted text.
It’s important to properly quote original texts in your responses to clearly indicate that the information or ideas being presented are not your own, but rather from the original source. This not only helps to avoid any misunderstandings or confusion, but it also helps to give credit to the original author. Quoting original texts in your responses is a common practice in professional and academic communication, so it’s a good skill to master.

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