I must admit I am not a great digital camera user but have recently started to use the one I bought and have transferred pictures taken to my laptop.
The problem I have is that when I attach them to an email and send it ,they appear in the body of the email.
I am sure that you are able to attach pictures to an email so they have to be opened as an attachment by the recipient. What I can then do is write in the body of the email and attach the pictures so they open them separately.
I have tried right clicking on the photo to re-save it as a different file but it doesn’t give me an option to do so.
When I right click on the picture the options are as follows.
Preview Edit Refresh Thumbnail Rotate Clockwise Rotate Counter Clockwise Set As Desktop Baackground Open With > Scan With Norton Antivirus Send To > Cut Copy Create Shortcut Delete Rename Properties
The properties say it is a JPEG image.
I would be grateful if someone could tell me what I need to do and how I can send the pictures as an attachment via email so the recipient has to open it,the same as you would a document. And so they do not appear in the body of the email.
Iceman244. I tend to save .jpg pictures for printing etc as either 28cm(w) ,21cm (ht) at 300 dots per inch for A4 printing or 19 cm (w) by 14 cm(ht) at 300 dots per inch for two to an A4 sheet. For sending a photo as a picture I reduce these to about 13 cm(w) by 9.5 cm (w) at 72 dpi, or for portrait style 9.5 by 13cm. If you want the receiver to have a full size picture file at a good resolution, you have to send it as a file attachment, not as a picture. otherwise as screens are usually at 72dpi it will look too big.
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