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Brad_I

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  1. Just to update from what I found. I did not have any luck ctrl clicking and copying to desktop. BUT. What I found was if I had a picture AND text and selected both, the image will paste into my Outlook just fine. I don't know why it works that way, but it does. Thanks for the help!
  2. Thank you. I will give it a try. Will make my life so much easier if it works.
  3. I often use the Evernote clipper to take a screen clip of part of my screen so I can send it to clients. I open the resulting clip and try to paste into Outlook. When I do that, It shows up as a .png attachment. To embed it in an email message, I have to right click the image and open it in mspaint, then select all and copy it that way. Then I can paste it as an embedded message. Is there a simpler way to do this?
  4. Thanks. I couldn't find this until I updated. Working well now.
  5. Sorry to res an old thread, but just checking to see if any attention has been given to this? The huge headers are annoying.
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