Email Attachment

After scanning a 2 page document I attemptedto send it by Email.  I clicked on an aol logo on the screen (paperport) and was given the message that I was not configured for mulitpage attachments.  So I tried it from the other direction;  I prepared an Email,found & attached the file & sent it.  The recipient received only the first page.  Still the multipage attachment problem.
How do I configure or what do I do in order to be able to send a multipage attachment with an Email?
I have AOL v5,Windows98SE, 96RAM,PentiumII350 with over 1 gig of harddrive space remaining unused.
Bill F
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uzi78Commented:
Ok..First, you should save the pages you scanned as Jpeg files (.jpg) or bitmap files (.bmp) separately and put that into a folder. then you should go online, type your email and attach the folder with the two files (one for each page) to the email. Anyone who recieves the email will be able to view the pages as images in Microsoft Paint or any other image viewing software.
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