Hi Mike (@Mike Mckinney), have a look at the flow below which shows you the steps and come back with any questions. NB: if the form is set to anonymous then you can't automatically capture the email address of the person that submitted it, unless you have a question asking them to. But you can if they are in the organisation and that how the settings are set as in the example below which saves the response to a list in SharePoint and sends an email to the form submitter and the address they entered.
1) When a new response is submitted get the response details and (if it's inside the organization) get the responder's email address:
2) if you want to you can create a list item in SharePoint with the response information:
3). Next, from the dynamic content, for the To field select the question with the email address and Mail from the Office 365 Users section. Separate them with a semi-colon:
Rob Los Gallardos Microsoft Power Automate Community Super User