A Beginner’s Guide to Sending Images In Email Messages

There are several ways to attach an image to an email message. You can place the image anywhere you want in the message, or at the end. You can choose a size for the image, sending a smaller version or the full resolution image. You can also markup an image before sending it.

Comments: 6 Responses to “A Beginner’s Guide to Sending Images In Email Messages”

    RSD
    2 years ago

    Thanks Gary. I love your ‘Basics’ tutorials….
    not because I need the info., but because it’s much easier to get my wife up-to-speed.
    (I just forward the lesson to her).
    She is a former PC user, and she is much more amenable to learning from you, rather than from me :)

    Tim
    2 years ago

    And you can display it as an icon

    John
    2 years ago

    If I select the ‘Windows Friendly’ attachment would my Pages document be automatically converted to a pdf format?

    2 years ago

    John: No. You need to export from Pages as a PDF to send a PDF. You can also “Share” from Pages to export and send the email.

    Marion Russek
    2 years ago

    Gary, if the attachment is a document, will it be displayed in the mail text as well? or as attachment only?

    2 years ago

    Marion: Depends on how you view it and what type of document it is. It will always be an attachment. But when you view emails with attachments in the Mail app, you should be able to see them in the viewing windows as well.

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