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Solved: Sending photos from Windows Live Photo Gallery by email

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by Giddy, Jul 19, 2012.

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  1. Giddy

    Giddy Thread Starter

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    I store and view pictures on my computer with "Windows Live Photo Gallery" (WLFG) and do email with "Outlook", which is selected as my email program of choice. In fact, I don't have any other email programs on my machine.

    If I select pictures from my files, there is a button on WLFG which says "email". When you press it, a window comes up headed "Preparing files" and you then chose the file size and press "attach", when the file/s are supposedly attached to a new email ready for sending. This is what I gather from the help file. However, the new email is nowhere to be found. I have searched for it in Outlook, and in WLFG, but it seems it has never been created.

    Any ideas?
     
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  3. Giddy

    Giddy Thread Starter

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    Thanks pip22,

    That seems to work well.

    I still have no idea where WLFG puts the email message it creates with photos attached, but I will put it down to the wonders of modern technology and try to live my life without solving the riddle.

    Thanks again
     
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