Send pictures in email messages in Picture Manager

This procedure applies only if you are using Microsoft Office Outlook as your email program.

  1. Make sure the folders that contain the pictures you want to work with are displayed in the Picture Shortcuts pane. If the folders aren't listed, add them to the pane.

    1. In the Picture Shortcuts pane, under Picture Shortcuts, click Add Picture Shortcut.

    2. Browse to the folder that contains the pictures you want to work with.

    3. Click Add.

  2. Select the folders containing the pictures you want to work with by doing one of the following in the Picture Shortcuts list:

    1. To work with pictures in one folder, select the folder.

    2. To work with pictures in multiple folders that are next to each other, select the first folder in the group, hold down SHIFT, and then select the last folder in the group.

    3. To work with pictures in multiple folders that are not next to each other, select one folder, hold down CTRL, and then select each additional folder you want to work with.

      Note: When multiple folders are selected, all the pictures from the selected folders are displayed in their current sort order in the preview pane.

  3. Select the pictures you want to send by doing one of the following in the preview pane:

    1. To select one picture, click the picture. In Thumbnail or Filmstrip view, click Next Button Image or Previous Button Image to change the picture selected. If you are working in Single Picture view, the current picture is selected by default.

    2. To select multiple pictures that are next to each other, in Thumbnail or Filmstrip view, select the first picture in the group, hold down SHIFT, and then select the last picture in the group.

    3. To select multiple pictures that are not next to each other, in Thumbnail or Filmstrip view, select one picture, hold down CTRL, and then select each additional picture you want to work with.

    4. To select all the pictures, in Thumbnail or Filmstrip view, click Select All on the Edit menu.

  4. On the Standardtoolbar, click Mail Recipient Button Image .

  5. In the E-mail task pane, select the settings you want, and then click Create Message.

    Note: If you select the Attached to the message check box, a new email message opens in Outlook with the Attachment Options task pane displayed. Select the options you want to use.

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