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Sending Photoshop 7 pics by e-mail

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by Santa47, Jan 31, 2005.

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  1. Santa47

    Santa47 Thread Starter

    Jan 30, 2005
    Hi. I am new to digital photography and almost a beginner in computing. I save my pics in my documents file after downloading them and when I attempt to send them on to someone else all of the files in the my documents folder are sent along with the origional picture which can be quite embarrassing.
    Can anyone please tell me how I can send just the single picture that I want to send ? I am using, (or trying to use,) Photoshop 7.
    Thank you. John
  2. Alexps


    Nov 9, 2003
    The problem is not with Photoshop but with how you select the picture. I use AOL and when e-mailing there is an option "Attachments" I click on that and get a screen with options, select "Attach" and then have to go to the folder where the picture is stored and select the picture and click attach and proceed. To limit file size the picture should be stored in low resolution jpeg format. You can keep the original high resolution picture and create a folder to store the reformatted versions for e-mailing. You can experiment with e-mailing to yourself. This process can be used not only for attaching pictures but for any document.
  3. deubanks


    Nov 5, 2000
    At the top of your message, you can click on Insert and then click on picture and a window will come up and give you the option to go to the folder and picture that you want to send. If you do it this way, it will not be an attachment. It will be in the main message.
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