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Re: Attatching photos from documents to an email
Yes bruxy is right you need to tell what e-mail program you are using if yahoo or hotmail you can look for the word attachment then click and browse your picture and click attached. But if you are using outlook look for the clip icon with word ATTACH FILE then click and browse your picture
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in yahoo mail click on compose. When new email page is up go to row of icons on the bottom and click on "paperclip"this should take you to your file system where you can choose photo or document when chosen click OPEN then wait while document/photo is uploaded. Depending on size can take a while
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If you want to use your Yahoo Email to send iPhoto you can use the guide on the link below. Watch the video and it will teach you on how to do it. For yahoo just select attach files.
How to Attach iPhoto using your Webmail
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Depending on what email program you are using there is a couple of good ways to do this depending on the sizes of the photos and how much uploading space your service will allow you. Either copy and paste the photos in your email to the lettering portion either at the top or the bottom of the email or look for the button that says attachments. Click on that and go to where the photo is located and click the photo you desire to send it will appear in the attachment area of your email. John
Open your email and setup the send or compose mail [or new] in some cases. Look for attach file or attach photo. Next you browse to the exact folder the photo's located inn...Example: C:\Documents and Settings\Wendy\My Documents\My Pictures. In some cases the pic is located in Desktop or My Downloads. Once you locate the file just click "open" or "save" and it should load into your email. There are actually other ways to accomplish this from Outlook Express or right from the file (picture). Oftentimes when you right-click a photo you get a drop-down menu in which one of the choices is "email". That depends on how your software is configured.
When you log in to your account, click on new email and then you should get a blank box to write in. Above this there should be lots of little icons to change text etc and one of the buttons should say add attachment. Click on here and navigate to your photos on your computer in the box that comes up.
When you have selected the photos you want to send click ok and you should see then appear on your email.
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When downloading trusted exe files, always save to a location such as the download folder. After downloading, you will need to go that location and scan the file (right-click, scan file) , then execute the file (double-click).
Documents and photos need to be attached one by one, but you can send many in a single email.
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When you are in email, select attach, it is the paperclip icon.
In attatch mode if you know where the file is in your computer, you can select computer, then to the area you know where the file is.
Select the file, then click open or insert, and you will see the file is in your email selection below the area box that shows the email people you are sending too.
Try a simple reboot to start . send yourself an image in email(this requires an alternate email)if this goes through it confirms you can send images over the internet. Also, try resizing your images in a photo editor, the system could be detecting images too large to upload.