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displaying picture attachments in message body

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by sosuzguy, Sep 13, 2004.

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  1. sosuzguy

    sosuzguy Thread Starter

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    Hi all.

    I have been using Outlook Express but want to start using Outlook 2000. I have noticed that when I get an email in outlook 2000 that has a file(s) (pictures) attached they are not automatically displayed in the body of the message like they were in Outlook Express.

    Does anyone know how to turn this on?

    Thanks

    -Jayson
     
  2. Gram123

    Gram123

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    Either:

    1) To send the message from within Word / Excel etc, make sure you select
    File > Send To > Mail Recipient rather than Mail Recipient (as attachment).

    The default button on the Standard toolbar in Office 2000 programs is Mail Recipient anyway.

    2) To add a text file to the body of an open message in Outlook, go to Insert > File. Select the file you want to appear within the body of the message. At the bottom right hand corner there is an Insert button, click the drop-down button next to this and select Insert As Text.

    3) To insert a picture file in the body of an open message, go to Insert > Picture > From File. Locate the file and click Insert.

    Gram123
     
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