Re: Attachments in "rich text" messages under Microsoft Outlook 2013

Kimber Gardner

What happens when you attached using copy and paste? Or via the insert tab?

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On Jan 19, 2016, at 2:22 PM, HAMILTON <jim.hamilton@...> wrote:

I understand exactly what you mean. It's very frustrating! However, my true frustration is that I cannot attach files, except for having them appear as "graphic links" that you describe. So, how do you attach files in a way that allows the message reader/person to access them, separated by commas (,), as they appear right after the subject line when you open an OUTLOOK 2013 e-mail message? Of course, learning how to open those "graphic link" attachments would be quite useful as well. Jim H

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