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amarie021

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I am wondering how to put images (clipart, etc.) into an email so that when you open it, you don't have to click on the attachment beacuse its already there showing. I see it all the time in emails from forwards that have animations and clipart, I've just haven't figured out how to do it myself.

I am wondering because I am in several clubs here on my college campus and we have a huge listserve that I was hoping to send all the fliers and graphics I make in emails to be sent out without having to download the file. I just think its better than sending text.

any help or ideas are much appreciated. i dont know if this belongs in another forum, or if its been answered already (i looked through the search thing and couldnt' find anything)

thanks.
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The only way I know of is using html. Of course their email client will need to have html enabled.

<img src="Your picture's source here">

That should work...
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Hey amarie021,

I just use the Copy/Paste method in my emails. I can have an item (text or picture) in my Windows Paint program, and then just select it then copy, then paste on the front of emails and its there...


Hope you find out what works for ya...





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For Outlook click insert, insert picture from file
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