inserting a photo in an email

How do I insert a photo in an email? Not as an attachment but part of the email.

thanks

bill riggs

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  • briggs wrote:

    >
    > How do I insert a photo in an email? Not as an attachment but part of
    > the email.


    As long as you are composing in HTML, you should be able to paste any
    image into an e-mail.

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  • On 3/30/2015 6:56 PM, briggs wrote:
    >
    > How do I insert a photo in an email? Not as an attachment but part of
    > the email.
    >
    > thanks
    >
    > bill riggs
    >
    >


    If you're using a word processor as your message composer, it's
    Insert/Picture - or something similar, depending on specific program.

    Using GroupWise as the message composer, once your cursor is in the body
    of the message, a toolbar appears at the bottom of the message window.
    There's a button there for inserting a picture - looks like a tiny
    picture of mountains under the moon.

    Of course if you can use copy and paste, that works, too!
  • On 3/30/2015 6:56 PM, briggs wrote:
    >
    > How do I insert a photo in an email? Not as an attachment but part of
    > the email.
    >
    > thanks
    >
    > bill riggs
    >
    >


    If you're using a word processor as your message composer, it's
    Insert/Picture - or something similar, depending on specific program.

    Using GroupWise as the message composer, once your cursor is in the body
    of the message, a toolbar appears at the bottom of the message window.
    There's a button there for inserting a picture - looks like a tiny
    picture of mountains under the moon.

    Of course if you can use copy and paste, that works, too!
  • Hi Bill,

    Further to the suggestions above, which are all good, just note that in GroupWise 2014 any embedded image is now in PNG format. A vast improvement on earlier version of GroupWise that would embed images as BMP format.

    Cheers,