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Shacko

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Two questions.

#1. I would like to put a scanned image on Email as an attachment, can this be done?

#2. Is there any way I can see the attachment before I click send?, so far I've had no success with any type; 0 for 100 times at bat!, any help?
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Not sure what you are using for emails, but I use OE.

If I want to send a scanned object as an attachment, I will save the scan to the Desktop (only because it is easy for me to find). After opening a "New Message" or opening from the address book, click on "Attach" and navigate to where it is you saved the scan, then click "attach".

By double clicking on the attachment that is now in the attachment section of the email you want to send, it should open for you to view.

Hope I understood your post correctly and this helps.
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we'd have to know what program or website you use to send mail to give you instructions
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I use M.S. Internet Explorer on AOL, hope this is what you need to know.
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