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If using windows any version it is very very easy to do.
Right click on the picture and scroll down to send to then choose mail recipient...
This should open your default email application. and just fill out the to address and send.
If that doesn't work it will depend on what your default email application is.
For Outlook you would just open New Email : and you have 2 options..Insert Picture or attach file..both of which will open a search box looking for where the picture (file is stored).
Google mail is a tad different but also same choices compose new email insert file or insert photo. Both of which you must direct to where the (picture, file is located)).
Or you can just drag and drop the photo into the body of your email and send.
Almost every email app has the same options...Insert Photo (image) or attach file.
Scan it in pdf format and save it in your favorite location and white composing the email click on attach button, a window will open asking path.Select the pdf document from the favorite location and click on attach to attach the file and send the email.
I use web based email clients for this, Some can automatically resize the photos to send via email, BUT you must use the right browser with the right email client, plus they may ask you to install a plug in.
I use IE with Hotmail/live mail
And Google Chrome with Google mail.
Just write your email, click on attach, choose photo.
It will then ask you to browse to your photos. Pick all the photos you wish to attach and that should do it
Open up windows mail . Go to Tools on the top. then go Options, than click on the Security Tab, and Uncheck the box which says Do not allow attachments to saved or opened that could potentially be a virus.click on apply and OK.
I am not sure with is the site, email of picture that you want to send,
and if its alowed to copy the picture.
But if it's free you can always try the following procedure.
1. download (right mouse click on the picture, choose save as and select the location (write down the location, file name),
( not all images are free for downloading)
Open your mail application or if on the web log on to your webmail,
2. write your email, choose attachment and browse to where you have stored your previously downloaded image.
Most providers have a limit for the attachments, check the size of the image, it it is exeeding the limit it will not be sent.
if by "do a video" you mean you have captured a video with the web cam it should have been saved in a file with extension .avi, .mov, or other depending on webcam - you need to attach the file to your email.
so when capturing your video you have to watch to see where the file is saved (possilby in My Videos if Windows XP or Videos if Vista).
IS YOUR EXCEL 2003 OR 2007. I WILL TRY MS OFFICE 2007
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