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HOW TO OPEN AN ATTACHMENT THAT IS PLACED ON OUTGOING EMAIL

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HOW TO OPEN AN ATTACHMENT THAT IS PLACED ON OUTGOING EMAIL

How do I open an attachment included on an outgoing email ?

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Re: HOW TO OPEN AN ATTACHMENT THAT IS PLACED ON OUTGOING EMAIL

There are three viewing modes for attachments:  With the first, all you see is the word "Attachments" above the body with a number depending on how many there are.  If you click on the little down arrowhead to the left, it will display what the attachment is by title.  Finally, if you check the small hamburger/window icon at the far right, underneath "Options", it will toggle the image so you can see a thumbnail of it.  If you are attaching a document like a  PDF or .docx, it will display that file extension but it won't open it.  Here's what it looks like-----------------

 

 

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