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How Do I Space Out Pictures In The Emails I Send

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#1 floyd


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Posted 20 April 2008 - 03:05 PM

I get a lot of emails with some text in it, then a picture, then more text and another picture, etc. I know i can add attachments etc, but how am I able to add the text in between the pictures.
I hope I explained this sufficiently.
I use Thunderbird with WIN XP Pro.
Thanks in advance.

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#2 mommabear


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Posted 21 April 2008 - 05:35 AM

Thunderbird might be different. I don't use it, but I use Outlook Express. In OE, if I left click the picture in the email, I get these little boxes around it. It just helps me find the "end" of the area. Then I can click again down at the bottom right square, and press Enter to line space down under it to write any text. I can do the same thing at the top to drop the picture down to add some blank lines for typing up there. It's messy. Doesn't often work on the first try. But eventually I get the clicking sequence right.

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