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    How to copy picture/image in email without attachment

    Hello Guys,

    How to add or copy images directly in email without attachment where we insert text?

    Thankz....

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    Re: How to copy picture/image in email without attachment

    Right click on image then click copy. Go to your compose email page, right click and you can paste it directly in email. Some email programmes do not allow you do inbed pictures.

    If you are using Outlook Express or Windows Mail, you can embed images into an HTML email. This is similar to sending as an attachment, but they appear directly in the email.

    In Windows Mail:

    Click View then go to Source Edit

    Then click the 'Source' tab at the bottom.

    You will see a lot of HTML markup. Underneath where it says </head>
    Insert the following:

    <img src="C:\blah\blah.jpg">

    Replacing blah etc. with the location of the picture

    Format > Send Pictures With Message.
    The picture will appear in your email.

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    Re: How to copy picture/image in email without attachment

    You can try drag and drop.
    Yahoo does not support the embedding of pictures right into the text body of your mail, but you can link to them. You cannot copy it from your computer. You can copy/paste images into body of yahoo mail if they are loaded into a web place such as "photobucket", "flickr","tinypic".

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    Re: How to copy picture/image in email without attachment

    Quote Originally Posted by johnson22 View Post
    Right click on image then click copy. Go to your compose email page, right click and you can paste it directly in email. Some email programmes do not allow you do inbed pictures.

    If you are using Outlook Express or Windows Mail, you can embed images into an HTML email. This is similar to sending as an attachment, but they appear directly in the email.

    In Windows Mail:

    Click View then go to Source Edit

    Then click the 'Source' tab at the bottom.

    You will see a lot of HTML markup. Underneath where it says </head>
    Insert the following:

    <img src="C:\blah\blah.jpg">

    Replacing blah etc. with the location of the picture

    Format > Send Pictures With Message.
    The picture will appear in your email.
    thnk u it wrkx

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