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how to forward photos using hotmail

Posted on 2013-01-29
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Afer receiving photos using Hotmail, I try to forward them.
as soon as I click on FORWARD, they disappear.  How do I
keep them from disappearing?
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Question by:GlenAJ
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jcimarron earned 500 total points
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GlenAJ--Download them and reattach to the email you are forwarding.
I think the photos are disappearing into the cloud (SkyDrive).
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I know you can download and re-attach.  That's a lot of trouble
when there are 10 or 15 pictures.  Thanks!  I'm closing the
question.
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GlenAJ--You are welcome.
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