With Outlook, you can send different types of files as attachments.
Now that you know more about receiving pictures and attachments, you're probably wondering: What about sending my own? Outlook gives you some choices for how you send things along with your e-mail. What you specify when you include a file or picture will affect what the recipients get (or whether they get anything at all).
Maybe you want to send your pictures by attaching them to a message. Or maybe you prefer that people see your pictures as images in the message, right next to the message text. Both ways are possible with Outlook. By learning your options, and when to choose what, you'll soon be sending pictures and files just the way you want to.
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