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Why can't I insert a picture in Outllok 2003

Posted on 2009-07-15
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When composing a mail message in Outllok 2003 I used to be able to, in the body of the message, click insert, picture, from file and then edit that picture within the message...right click, re-size, use the picture toolbar etc.  Now, suddenly, everytime I try to insert picture it brings up a differnt dialog box (source) and although the picture will go into the message I cannot format it as I want to.  What happened and how do I fix it???
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Possibly you were using Word as your message editor before and aren't now?  (or vice versa)  Tools/Options/Mail Format
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Hi keleigh1276,
Change format to HTML and then you can move the picture better. Tools > Options > Mail format > Compose in this message format (choose HTML)
 
hope that helps
/MadJax
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