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It really depends on which E-mail service you are using. Although they are all pretty similar with just a few minor differences. For web based E-mail services like Hotmail and Gmail, there will be a button labeled "File Attachment" somewhere on or around the e-mail draft.
For E-mail clients like "Outlook Express" the "File Attachment " option is usually located in the menu bar on top under the "Insert" option.
Before you begin make sure you know where the file or image that you wish to attach is located on your computer.
To add a file or image click on the "File Attachment" choice. This will open up a separate search window. In the case of "Hotmail" a small address bar with a "Browse" button next to it will open. Clicking the "Browse"button will open up the separate search window.
Use this window to search for the desired file. Most of the time the window will open up to "My Documents" and show the contents of that file so it's a good place to place the items you wish to upload. You can also search for the items by clicking on the arrow tab next to the address bar at the top, a pull down window will appear showing you other folders. Once you have the correct location scroll through the contents of the folder until you find the file or image you. Now simply highlight it and and click the open or save option in the lower right hand corner. This will attach it to the e-mail. If you have more simply repeat the process until you are done. Now just hit send.
Remember that image files compared to a text file is large. This means it will require more time to both attach to the e-mail and send to it's destination so give it time to finish.
I hope this helps. If you are unclear about anything or need other help on a specific E-mail client please let me know.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
Ok, I assume you use Windows and Outlook for email. Just start writing an email. Click on the paperclip icon (attachment). Browse computer. Open the picture file from the Browse window (you'll need to know the file path - scroll down to see how to find the file path). Click Open/OK/Attach. The name of the picture file should show up at the top of the email where you have the recipient's name/email.
To find the file path, find the picture like you are going open it but right click instead of left click. Scroll down to properties and left click on properties. A window should pop up that has the Location. The Location is the file path.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
Most email programs have an 'insert' function. Click on it, then find the photo you want and click on it then OK. The image is then an attachment to the email.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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