How do I attach files and pictures to an email message?. This article will describe how to attach files and pictures to an email message using Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express, and Windows Mail 7. There are two ways to send attachments. You can send an attachment inline or attached to the message. When you send a picture as part of the email body that is called inline or embedded. Inline will suffice for small pictures but the best way is to attach the file and or picture to the message as an add on.
Launch Outlook and start a new email message. On the top toolbar of the new message click Insert and then click Attach File as illustrated below.
Next, navigate to the file you would like to attach and then click Insert as shown below. As you can see the file is now attached to the message.
Open a new mail message and then click Insert File (the paperclip icon). Next, navigate to the file you wish to attach to the new email message.
Next, click the file’s name and then click Insert. If you wish to add multiple files from within the same folder, hold down the Ctrl key while clicking multiple files, then click Insert.
Launch a new mail message. Next, on the top menu bar, click Attach. Navigate to the file you wish to attach and then click Attach. Use Ctrl-click to select multiple files.
Launch a new mail message. Next, on the top menu bar, click on Insert and then click File Attachment. Navigate to the file you wish to attach and then click Open as illustrated below. Use Ctrl-click to select multiple files.