[SOLVED] Forwarding Picture Attachments

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Mustang Lady

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When I forward an attachment from my floppy disk, only the Windows logo opens. What am I doing wrong?
 

~Candy~

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How are you saving it to the floppy? As a shortcut or the actual file? Do a start button, find files or folders...how large is the file?
 
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Alwill,

Thanks!
I really tried to see if it looked real but zooming in on it would not help because it was not a good image.
 

~Candy~

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Too cute! ;)

Mustang Lady, where did you go? You always run off and leave us hanging. Can we get some input back from you? ;)
 

Mustang Lady

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How do I tell how large the file is? When I go to "find files and folders" there are several images.

p.s. I'm sorry I disappear @ times. My job sometimes takes me away on a moments notice. I really do appreciate your helping me out!!!!!!!!
 

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Sounds to me like you may just have copied a shortcut, not the file itself. When you put a file on the floppy, how are you getting it there? Are you opening the file and choosing 'save as' and then going to the a: drive or are you dragging and dropping?
 

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Just for fun, instead of saving it to a floppy, try saving it to your desktop......now forward it.....what happens?
 

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I'll mark this solved then, I think you were saving a shortcut.
 
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