Trying to send photos thru messege reply, im choosing a file, selecting a photo, returning to messege and sending but i dont think it works, sometimes. can you only use a file once or twice with photos
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Hi Irene - There are many ways to send photos and so I am assuming you are sending them by email. If this is not correct, please provide more info. Within your email program send a new message. In the new message, click on Attach File or Insert Picture. Which ever you choose, it will open a box that will allow you to locate your photo files on your laptop. Select the ones you want and they will be added to the email. They will also remain intact on your laptop. Hope this helps. Thanks.
If you are using a text message, click on the Camera icon at the bottom of the screen. There should be a popup saying Take a photo and Choose from existing. Select Choose existing (presuming you have already taken the photo), browse to the Camera Roll and tap the picture you want to send. Click Choose once you are sure it is correct. If not, tap cancel and choose another photo.
If you want to send a picture from the Camera Roll, open the Camera Roll, the select the picture you want to send. In the bottom left corner, tap the box with the little up arrow on it. When that opens, select the method you want to use to send the photo and send it as you would normally send a message from that program.
Have you tried the AOL mail app, it may allow attachments, but I can't try it as I don't have an aol account? If not then..
Have you set up your AOL account on your ipad email under settings, mail contacts calenders, icloud, should be your aol account (ask if you don't know how).
choose photo so its on screen
select little box with upward arrow coming out at bottom left
photo will have tick on it , slide along to tick any others you might want to send
select "next" on top right
If you mean send over the internet there is several ways to do that. Most people use email to send photos. Address an email to whom you wish to send the picture to and then click on Attachment/ Attach File then browse to where you picture file is stored on your computer. Choose that file then send the email.
You can also use facebook and post it there, or a messenger like Yahoo or MSN msg, have the person you're sending it to also using the same messenger and then send them the file. Smaller pix can be sent through email or posted to facebook. Larger files are easy to send using a messenger/send file.
Here is the solution for you . Just follow the steps below :
Open a new email and address it to whomever you are sending
the photo to.(for eg : Click on the compose mail and enter the email address)
Click "Attach," which is typically located on the tool bar
above the body of the email template. It will also generally have a
paper clip graphic to help you locate that button.
Select the "File" option. Many email programs offer a "File"
or "Photo" option; simply select the "File" option as it's much easier
and has no effect on how the file is sent or received.
Choose the photo you want to send from your computer. You can
access different files in your computer by choosing the "Browse" option
at the bottom of the Menu box. Once you pick the photo, select "Open"
to attach it to your email. This may take a few moments, so be patient.
Review your email. You should see an attachment directly
below the subject line of your email; that is your photo. You can repeat
the process to add more than one photo if you choose to do so.
Write your email and send it as you normally would.
i dont have acess to one of those computers but i will try my best to help you out. click start, control panel,devices.then see if you find the bluetooth device. turn on the blue tooth on the phone and use the discoverable function. use the computer to search and try to connect to the phone. when it is connected to each other the you can now transfer info. to send the pics no:- mark the photos on the phone select send via bluetooth search devices select the computer from the phone send it on the computer recieve file and choose save location.
Alternative method:- some bluetooth devices allow you to search the phone and take any device after connecting to it!!
A simple process to e-mail photos from any computer using windows is fairly simple. Find the folder with the pictures in them. Then select the pictures you would like to send by pressing the "ctrl" key while left clicking(left mouse button) on each picture you would like to send. Once you have selected the pictures then right click on one of the highlighted pictures and select "send to" and then "e-mail recipient" and then right click. This will bring up a page to send the e-mail using your default e-mail program with the pictures attached. You can then add any remarks,comments ect. and choose who you would like to send the pictures to.
The key is to hit the send photos button in the upper left hand corner of the main page. that will open up the photo viewer. Once there the instrutions actually make sense. going to select Photos and opening active image express will not down load the pictures, you have to get to the photo viewer v2.3. the manual is correct you just have to read if very carfully.