Insert Images in Email
Many email programs permit placing images directly into the body of the email. Make sure that your Rich Text or Html is enabled.
Copy Images from a Website into Email
You can insert any image you see on this website directly into your email.
1. Right click on the squirrel (or any image on this website) below. Scroll and click Copy
2. Open a new email. Position your cursor in the body of your email first, then right click again, and choose Paste.
If you inserted your cursor in the body of your email, your image should appear immediately.
NOTE: If the image appears with a blue line around it, that means the image contains an active hyperlink. You may remove the link with a right click command Remove Hyperlink or find Edit Hyperlink and delete the URL.
Insert Image Into Email from your Computer
1. Download an image to your computer.
2. Open a new email.
3. Position your cursor in the body of your email.
4. Using your email program's Insert feature (or Insert Image, Insert Picture, Insert Photo) locate your image and click on it.
5. If your cursor was located in the body of your email, your picture should show up immediately!
Add a personal greeting of any kind, and hit send!
Although most email programs like AOL, Yahoo, Outlook, Gmail and others have insert image or attach image tools -- they don't all send and receive emails the same way.
Some email programs will only let you attach an image.
Some email programs will allow you to insert your image into the body of your email (sometimes called embedding).
Some email programs will allow you to both insert and attach.
And... you may create the perfect greeting for a bunch of your friends with an image embedded in the body of your email. You think it looks fabulous and you send it off.
Some of your friends open your email greeting and can read it immediately and see the image. Others must click on the attachment to see the image.
Get creative. Have fun. We hope this helps!