How do I insert a JPEG image into the body of the email?

Using Outlook 2003.  Was a Eudora email user until last week.
Trying to compose a 1 page resume in the body of the email with my photo
Would like to not have an attachment that required opening, but have the 
photo image show with text next to it.  This would create a resume that could 
be reviewed quickly.
 
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slwitte (2)
11/16/2005 4:13:01 AM
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Use HTML format - not plain text.
-- 
Regards,
Pat Garard
Melbourne, Australia
_______________________

"slwitte" <slwitte@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message 
news:B30D3E0A-4A92-43C9-93F5-4372663349B5@microsoft.com...
> Using Outlook 2003.  Was a Eudora email user until last week.
> Trying to compose a 1 page resume in the body of the email with my photo
> Would like to not have an attachment that required opening, but have the
> photo image show with text next to it.  This would create a resume that could
> be reviewed quickly.
> 


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Pat
11/16/2005 7:41:18 AM
What do I format to HTML?
Sorry for the uninformed position.  I really am that computer illiterate.
Stephen

"Pat Garard" wrote:

> Use HTML format - not plain text.
> -- 
> Regards,
> Pat Garard
> Melbourne, Australia
> _______________________
> 
> "slwitte" <slwitte@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message 
> news:B30D3E0A-4A92-43C9-93F5-4372663349B5@microsoft.com...
> > Using Outlook 2003.  Was a Eudora email user until last week.
> > Trying to compose a 1 page resume in the body of the email with my photo
> > Would like to not have an attachment that required opening, but have the
> > photo image show with text next to it.  This would create a resume that could
> > be reviewed quickly.
> > 
> 
> 
> 
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slwitte (2)
11/17/2005 3:43:06 AM
My Profuse apologies - I have misled you.....

1. To have an attachment appear in the Body of an e-mail, the format
    must be Rich Text (see below). This will always show correctly on
    YOUR computer.

2. This will transmit successfully ONLY within a single Organisation
    that is using Exchange server - and only then appear that way on the
    recipients PC. (In e-mail, Rich Text Format is a Microsoft proprietary
    format.)

3. If the message is transmitted over the Internet (ie outside your
    Organisation OR where Exchange Server is not available), then the
    message will be re-formatted to HTML and the attachments will
    will be listed at the top of the message. This is the only way to ensure
    that the message is compatible with the recipients client - and that client
    may further re-format to plain text.

In Outlook:
    Tools>Options
        Mail Format (tab)
            In the drop-down 'Compose in this message format',
                choose YOUR default format .

because of 3 (above), I normally stay with HTML....

For some online training .....

  General:    http://office.microsoft.com/en-au/training/default.aspx

 Outlook:    http://office.microsoft.com/en-au/training/CR061832721033.aspx

  Excel:       http://office.microsoft.com/en-au/training/CR061831141033.aspx

 Word:       http://office.microsoft.com/en-au/training/CR061958171033.aspx
-- 
Regards,
Pat Garard
Melbourne, Australia
_______________________

"slwitte" <slwitte@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:68B56CA7-A0FD-40F0-AD3F-D2234BC76036@microsoft.com...
> What do I format to HTML?
> Sorry for the uninformed position.  I really am that computer illiterate.
> Stephen
>
> "Pat Garard" wrote:
>
>> Use HTML format - not plain text.
>> -- 
>> Regards,
>> Pat Garard
>> Melbourne, Australia
>> _______________________
>>
>> "slwitte" <slwitte@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:B30D3E0A-4A92-43C9-93F5-4372663349B5@microsoft.com...
>> > Using Outlook 2003.  Was a Eudora email user until last week.
>> > Trying to compose a 1 page resume in the body of the email with my photo
>> > Would like to not have an attachment that required opening, but have the
>> > photo image show with text next to it.  This would create a resume that could
>> > be reviewed quickly.
>> >
>>
>>
>>



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Pat
11/17/2005 9:02:32 AM
slwitte <slwitte@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:

> Using Outlook 2003.  Was a Eudora email user until last week.
> Trying to compose a 1 page resume in the body of the email with my
> photo Would like to not have an attachment that required opening, but
> have the photo image show with text next to it.  This would create a
> resume that could be reviewed quickly.

See if this helps: http://www.slipstick.com/mail1/html.htm
-- 
Brian Tillman
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tillman1952 (16052)
11/17/2005 2:05:08 PM
Pat Garard <apgarardATbigpondDOTnetDOTau> wrote:

> 1. To have an attachment appear in the Body of an e-mail, the format
>    must be Rich Text (see below). This will always show correctly on
>    YOUR computer.

Possibly not true.  HTML can be used to embed images in messages.

> 2. This will transmit successfully ONLY within a single Organisation
>    that is using Exchange server - and only then appear that way on
>    the recipients PC. (In e-mail, Rich Text Format is a Microsoft
>    proprietary format.)

Also not true.  While non-Outlook clients can't read messages with 
attachments when they're Rich Text format, HTML with embedded images is 
readable by every HTML-aware client.

> 3. If the message is transmitted over the Internet (ie outside your
>    Organisation OR where Exchange Server is not available), then the
>    message will be re-formatted to HTML

This, also, is false, in general.  Outlook has the option to reformat Rich 
Text into HTML, Plain Text, or to leave it as-is.  It's not mandatory that 
it convert to HTML or even to convert at all.
-- 
Brian Tillman 

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tillman1952 (16052)
11/17/2005 2:15:47 PM
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>> 1. To have an attachment appear in the Body of an e-mail, the format
>>    must be Rich Text (see below). This will always show correctly on
>>    YOUR computer.
>=20
> Possibly not true.  HTML can be used to embed images in messages.

Can the message be created in Outlook? ...by a newbie?

>> 3. If the message is transmitted over the Internet (ie outside your
>>    Organisation OR where Exchange Server is not available), then the
>>    message will be re-formatted to HTML
>=20
> This, also, is false, in general.=20
From MICROSOFT:
<Begin>
About message formats
Regardless of the e-mail editor you use, Microsoft Outlook can send and =
receive messages in HTML, plain text, and Outlook Rich Text formats.

HTML (default) format

When you create a message in Outlook, the default format is HTML. This =
format supports text formatting, numbering, bullets, alignment, =
horizontal lines, pictures (including backgrounds), HTML styles, =
stationery, signatures, and linking to Web pages. Because the most =
popular e-mail programs use HTML, it is the recommended format for =
Internet mail. It is also the recommended format if you send most of =
your messages within a company that uses Microsoft Exchange Server.

Plain text and Outlook Rich Text formats

Plain text format
Plain text format is one that all e-mail programs understand. You can =
set Outlook to open messages you receive in plain text format only. =
However, plain text doesn't support bold, italic, colored fonts, or =
other text formatting. It also doesn't support pictures displayed =
directly in the message body (although you can include them as =
attachments).

Rich Text format
Outlook Rich Text Format (RTF) is a Microsoft format that only the =
following e-mail programs understand: Microsoft Exchange Client versions =
5.0 and 4.0, Microsoft Office Outlook 2003, Outlook 2002, Outlook 2000, =
Outlook 98, and Outlook 97. You can use RTF when sending messages within =
a company that uses Microsoft Exchange Server; however, it is =
recommended that you use HTML. RTF supports text formatting, including =
bullets, alignment, and linked objects (linked object: An object that is =
created in a source file and inserted into a destination file, while =
maintaining a connection between the two files. The linked object in the =
destination file can be updated when the source file is updated.). =
Outlook automatically converts RTF messages to HTML when you send a =
message to an Internet recipient, so message formatting is maintained =
and attachments will be received properly. Outlook also automatically =
formats meeting and task requests and messages with voting buttons so =
these items can be properly sent intact across the Internet to other =
Outlook users, regardless of the default format you have set.

Changing message formats

In most cases, you don't need to change the message format. When you =
send an HTML message to others whose mail program doesn't understand =
HTML, their mail program automatically displays a plain text version in =
the message body.

When you send an RTF formatted message to an Internet recipient, Outlook =
converts it to HTML by default. This preserves formatting in the =
message. You can, instead, choose to use plain text or RTF for Internet =
messages but users will not see formatting in the message and =
attachments may not be received. If the Internet-bound message is a task =
or meeting request, Outlook automatically converts it to iCal format, a =
common format for Internet calendar items, so that other e-mail programs =
can understand it.

When you reply to a message, Outlook preserves the format of the message =
you are replying to. However, if you select the option to Read all =
messages in Plain text, Outlook uses the format that the message is =
displayed in. When you have Read all messages in Plain text enabled and =
you reply without making message format changes, the reply message will =
be sent in plain text. Or you can click the InfoBar and change the =
format of the message (to HTML or Rich Text), and then reply. If you =
change the format of the message, the reply is formatted with the new =
display format.

In some cases, you may prefer to use a different format for a specific =
message. For example, someone may send you a plain text message, but you =
want to forward or reply to it using HTML format and the features it =
supports. Or, you may always want to use a certain format for a specific =
contact, for example, if you frequently send to a contact mail that =
contains linked objects, which only Outlook Rich Text format supports. =
Outlook offers you the flexibility you need for these situations.

<End>

Addressing answers to simple questions (from novices) in simple terms =
does
not appear to be one of your strengths.
--=20
Regards,
Pat Garard
Melbourne, Australia
_______________________


"Brian Tillman" <tillman1952@yahoo.com> wrote in message =
news:uQyTqF46FHA.1248@TK2MSFTNGP14.phx.gbl...
> Pat Garard <apgarardATbigpondDOTnetDOTau> wrote:
>=20
>> 1. To have an attachment appear in the Body of an e-mail, the format
>>    must be Rich Text (see below). This will always show correctly on
>>    YOUR computer.
>=20
> Possibly not true.  HTML can be used to embed images in messages.
>=20
>> 2. This will transmit successfully ONLY within a single Organisation
>>    that is using Exchange server - and only then appear that way on
>>    the recipients PC. (In e-mail, Rich Text Format is a Microsoft
>>    proprietary format.)
>=20
> Also not true.  While non-Outlook clients can't read messages with=20
> attachments when they're Rich Text format, HTML with embedded images =
is=20
> readable by every HTML-aware client.
>=20
>> 3. If the message is transmitted over the Internet (ie outside your
>>    Organisation OR where Exchange Server is not available), then the
>>    message will be re-formatted to HTML
>=20
> This, also, is false, in general.  Outlook has the option to reformat =
Rich=20
> Text into HTML, Plain Text, or to leave it as-is.  It's not mandatory =
that=20
> it convert to HTML or even to convert at all.
> --=20
> Brian Tillman=20
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<H1><FONT face=3DArial size=3D2>About message formats</FONT></H1>
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Rich Text=20
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<P><FONT face=3DArial size=3D2>Plain text format is one that all e-mail =
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a Microsoft=20
format</STRONG> that <STRONG>only the following</STRONG> e-mail programs =

understand: <STRONG>Microsoft Exchange Client versions 5.0 and 4.0, =
Microsoft=20
Office Outlook&nbsp;2003, Outlook 2002, Outlook 2000, Outlook 98, and =
Outlook=20
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the=20
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<P><FONT face=3DArial size=3D2>-- <BR>Regards,<BR>Pat =
Garard<BR>Melbourne,=20
Australia<BR>_______________________<BR></FONT></P></DIV>
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face=3DArial =
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face=3DArial size=3D2>...</FONT></DIV><FONT face=3DArial size=3D2>&gt; =
Pat Garard=20
&lt;apgarardATbigpondDOTnetDOTau&gt; wrote:<BR>&gt; <BR>&gt;&gt; 1. To =
have an=20
attachment appear in the Body of an e-mail, the=20
format<BR>&gt;&gt;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; must be Rich Text (see below). This =
will=20
always show correctly on<BR>&gt;&gt;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; YOUR =
computer.<BR>&gt;=20
<BR>&gt; Possibly not true.&nbsp; HTML can be used to embed images in=20
messages.<BR>&gt; <BR>&gt;&gt; 2. This will transmit successfully ONLY =
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single Organisation<BR>&gt;&gt;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; that is using Exchange =
server=20
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recipients=20
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Pat
11/17/2005 9:04:32 PM
Pat Garard <apgarardATbigpondDOTnetDOTau> wrote:

> Can the message be created in Outlook? ...by a newbie?

http://www.slipstick.com/mail1/html.htm is my source.

> When you create a message in Outlook, the default format is HTML.

With some versions of Outlook, the default is Rich Text.

> From MICROSOFT:

This does not contradict anything I said.
-- 
Brian Tillman
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tillman1952 (16052)
11/17/2005 9:13:19 PM
I do believe that those who feel that they can offer some assistance
to others, would do better in a co-operative venture that addresses
the needs of the questioner; rather than in an antagonistic and often
egotistical rivalry directed toward each other.

The problem with a rat-race, is that only a Rat may win.
-- 
Regards,
Pat Garard
Melbourne, Australia
_______________________

"Brian Tillman" <tillman1952@yahoo.com> wrote in message 
news:eApl%23u76FHA.2036@TK2MSFTNGP14.phx.gbl...
> Pat Garard <apgarardATbigpondDOTnetDOTau> wrote:
>
>> Can the message be created in Outlook? ...by a newbie?
>
> http://www.slipstick.com/mail1/html.htm is my source.
>
>> When you create a message in Outlook, the default format is HTML.
>
> With some versions of Outlook, the default is Rich Text.
>
>> From MICROSOFT:
>
> This does not contradict anything I said.
> -- 
> Brian Tillman 


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Pat
11/17/2005 9:50:28 PM
Pat Garard <apgarardATbigpondDOTnetDOTau> wrote:

> I do believe that those who feel that they can offer some assistance
> to others, would do better in a co-operative venture that addresses
> the needs of the questioner; rather than in an antagonistic and often
> egotistical rivalry directed toward each other.

I do believe that those who feel they can offer some assistance to other 
would do well to be _accurate_ in their answers rather than try to cover up 
their shortcomings with ad-hominem attacks.
-- 
Brian Tillman 

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tillman1952 (16052)
11/18/2005 2:08:14 PM
Well Done!
You Win!
Game, Box & Dice!
-- 
Regards,
Pat Garard
Melbourne, Australia
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"Brian Tillman" <tillman1952@yahoo.com> wrote in message 
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> Pat Garard <apgarardATbigpondDOTnetDOTau> wrote:
>
>> I do believe that those who feel that they can offer some assistance
>> to others, would do better in a co-operative venture that addresses
>> the needs of the questioner; rather than in an antagonistic and often
>> egotistical rivalry directed toward each other.
>
> I do believe that those who feel they can offer some assistance to other would do well 
> to be _accurate_ in their answers rather than try to cover up their shortcomings with 
> ad-hominem attacks.
> -- 
> Brian Tillman 


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