I cannot anymore send a photo to a "mail recipient" with my computer...
After choosing a photo and right cliking "send to a mail recipient" the little
window appear and ask me if I want to resize the picture, after clicking O.K. the "progression bar" start working correctly, when done, the " Outlook express" mail window don't appear as it use to with the photo or
the attachment on it.
I have downloaded........Quicktime 78.69 MB
Microsoft Office Powerpoint viewer 2003
Microsoft Office Powerpoint viewer 2007
Can you please help me to fix that problem.
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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.
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
one way around is to open a new folder on desktop then transfer/save the pictures to that folder
having done that click on the folder then send to e-mail recipient
that opens up a new e-mail with the folder as an attachment and type in the new e-mail address then send
the problem is that if the photos are in the body of the e-mail when forwarding on, the format of the pictures is not reproduced as in the original message
Share photos through the Internet the same way you would
share other news - in a Yahoo! email message.
Yahoo! Mail may be your go-to choice for text emails, but
the free email program also offers the ability to attach photos with your
There's no additional charge to send photos with Yahoo!,
though the more photos you attach, the more time it may take for your email to
get to the recipient.
Log in to your Yahoo! Mail account.
Click the "New" button. If prompted, click
"New Email Message."
Enter the recipient's name into the "To" field,
or click the "To" link and select the name from your Contacts folder.
Enter a subject line and type a message into the body
section of the email window.
Click the "Attach Files" button.
Click the "Browse" button to the right of
Go to the first picture to include and double-click it.
This lists the file path in the "File 1" box.
Click the "Browse" button for "File 2"
and repeat the process.
To attach more than five pictures, click the "Attach
More Files" link.
Click the "Attach Files" button.
Depending upon your computer's speed and the files' size, it
may take a few seconds to a few minutes to complete the attachment process.
Always shoot at the largest size your camera can handle. When it's time to e-mail, just right-click on the picture file and from the menu that pops up, choose e-mail recipient. Another dialogue box will open up and give you the choice to send large, medium or small images. Choose one and your e-mail opens with your picture(s) attached and your originals untouched.
I'm assuming you have a PC. Just right-click on the picture you want to e-mail. From the list that appears, choose e-mail recipient. A new window will open and give you the options to send the picture at different sizes. Choose one and your e-mail will open with the photo attached.
Easier way to do it:
After it is downloaded to your computer, right-click on the picture and choose e-mail recipient. When the box opens, you can choose more options as to size. That way, your original stays the same size.
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.