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2011 Doesn't Show Pics In Emails

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Several times I have selected some photos to be added to Outlook 2007 email and nothing is added to the email. I switch to 2010 and do the very same thing and voiala! pictures start showing in the email. Is anyone else having this issue? I have Win 7 64 bit.

 

Thanks for your input.

 

Dick

 

OK Let me try saying it this way. I am trying to put photos in my Outlook 2007 program to send to friends. I need to use Roxio Creator so the photos can be resized. So this is what I did:

 

In Roxio Creator 2011, I select the "Photo" button on the left side of the app. I then select the "Email" icon so I can send photos in my Outlook 2007 email program. I then select the photos and size to use. The problem I have is there are no photos getting placed in the email.

 

However, everything works fine when I do the same thing using Roxio Creator 2010. The selected photos get sent to the Outlook 2007 program without any problems. I have Win 7 64 bit.

 

Thanks for your input.

 

Dick

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What I get is e-mail doesn't work for pictures but Creator 2010 does. Isn't that a question ofr MicroSoft?

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Maybe you want to post that in your native language since it makes no sense in the English translation :(

 

Well I tweaked the message in my English language. Hope it makes more sense now.

 

Thanks for your input.

 

Dick

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What I get is e-mail doesn't work for pictures but Creator 2010 does. Isn't that a question ofr MicroSoft?

 

Try reading the message again. I tweaked it to make more sense.

 

Dick

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Works better once you explain the steps :lol:

 

I have Outlook 2010 but get the same results... I will have to try it with Creator 2010 to see what it does.

 

For a workaround, use what is already part of Win7/Outlook.

 

From Explorer, right click:

 

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Pick the size you need:

 

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Then add the addressee:

 

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It has been reported but since your the very first one to even mention it, I would not expect it to be a hot fix :lol:

Hi Jim,

 

Well that worked for the first picture to attach but the second one will give me the following message: "A dialog box is open. Close it and try again." I only see the email open with the first picture attached. If I close that, then it doesn't get included with the second one I want to send.

 

Anyway, I like the picture to be sent not as an attachment but as part of the email...in the body.

 

Thanks for your input.

 

Dick

 

EDITED:

My bad. I didn't realize I need to select all of the pictures that I want to attach to the email. Once I did that, I could attach all of the pictures at once.

 

Thanks again Jim for your help. Just to let you know that in 2007, I came down with Bacterial Spinal Meningitis and was in a coma for 11 days. The docs were amazed that I survived and was able to walk and talk and hear.

 

That might explain my little quirks at times.

 

Again, thanks for your help!

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Hi Jim,

Thanks again Jim for your help. Just to let you know that in 2007, I came down with Bacterial Spinal Meningitis and was in a coma for 11 days. The docs were amazed that I survived and was able to walk and talk and hear.

 

That might explain my little quirks at times.

 

Again, thanks for your help!

You think it was a relapse :lol:

 

Does not sound like the kind of thing anyone would want to have!

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Actually your quirks are more intelligent than some of the posts we get on this forum ! ;)

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