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Hi.  I created a report called by an on-click event in a form.  The report does not open but is instead attached to an outgoing email.  The report includes an embedded jpg but the picture does not show when I open the attachment in the email.  Has anyone seen issues using embedded objects in this manner?  The image is a trademarked logo and needs to be added.  Any thoughts?  thanks
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Are you sure the image is actually embedded? In many cases, images like that are just Linked ...
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Hi Scott.  It is embedded.   Is it possible I'd have better luck with a different image type than JPG?
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I figured my issue.  I'm calling out my report format as RTF.  I changed to PDF and embedded object is visible on report now.
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No one else answered before I figured it out myself.
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