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How do I insert a file into the body of my email. I do not want an attachment.

I want to insert a file directly into the body of an email.  I do not want the file to be an attachment in the email. How do I do this?

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Re: How do I insert a file into the body of my email. I do not want an attachment.


@MLG67 wrote:

I want to insert a file directly into the body of an email.  I do not want the file to be an attachment in the email. How do I do this?


What kind of file? 

 

You can't really insert a file into the body of an email, but you can insert the contents of a file.  If you're talking about a file like a jpeg or .gif you just do a copy/paste.


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