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Email attachments

Does anyone know how to view an attachment to an email before you send it?  I like to view the attachment before sending the email to make sure it's the correct document, but I can't seem to find any way to do that since the new email program came on board.

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Re: Email attachments

In the new format, there is no way to preview a document attachment after you have added it to the email.  You would need to just look at it on your computer.  But you can see image files.  After you have attached it, look over to the right underneath "Options" and you will see this------------------

 

 

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Click on that icon and you will be able to see the image.




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Re: Email attachments

Thank you, Latoque - that's what I was afraid of.  By 'image file' do you mean a picture?  I've been attaching pdf's but not able to view them.  I sure don't like this new format.  It seems quite a bit slower, too.

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Re: Email attachments


larrbon wrote:

Thank you, Latoque - that's what I was afraid of.  By 'image file' do you mean a picture?  I've been attaching pdf's but not able to view them.  I sure don't like this new format.  It seems quite a bit slower, too.


Yes I mean images like jpeg photos, or png screen shots, or any other image file type supported by Comcast email.




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