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I use my isp web-mail and would like to be able to compose a letter with

some text interspersed with small to medium size images and have it all open

on the received e-mail page without the recipient having to open any web

disks or attachments. How do I import my resized image into the text of my

letter? thanks .............osha
 
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You sound rather new to computers/email? The best way to learn is to read about it. Using Google I typed in email tutorial. Here is the first link that came up:

http://www.learnthenet.com/english/section/email.html

If you are using web based email, you may not have the option of embedding pictures. You should be able to get that information from your ISP.

Also, depending on what email client is used, you may be able to make very "fancy" emails. But that does not mean the person you send them to will be able to see any of it. Especially if they use web-based emails.
Web-based emails have their own rules and some things will not even arrive with your email. Other items might arrive but as attachments, etc. A simple example is javascript stationery....you might be able to make it up but they may have security on their computer that strips all of it and they will see nothing but simple text. So you have to know what can be seen, by experimenting with the people you write to.

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