RE: Photos received in HTM
- There's no need to save as "html". Just copy/paste the image into Word and
save the Word file. The image will travel along just fine (and can be
extracted from the page).
It doesn't matter whether you save to the desktop or any other place -
you'll (sender and recipient) always will be able to read it.
[mailto:owner-compsigtips@...] On Behalf Of Fitzpatrick, Wendy
Sent: Friday, April 15, 2005 2:15 PM
To: compsigtips@...; AFHS Computer Sig Tips
Subject: RE: Photos received in HTM
I just tried a little test with a photo that I saved in a Word document
as .htm format. When I sent it to myself I replicated the experience
you are having. However, when I clicked on the attachment in the email
and saved it to my Desktop, (even though I could not see anything when
trying to open it), I could open it from the Desktop. Give it a try.
Administrative Assistant, E9-2257
International New Ventures Exploration
[mailto:owner-compsigtips@...] On Behalf Of AFHS Computer Sig
Sent: Friday, April 15, 2005 12:49 PM
Subject: Re: Photos received in HTM
Have you tried opening them in a browser (Firefox or Explorer)? as htm
is web page language. The best way to send photos is as jpeg.
On 15-Apr-05, at 12:38, Rodney and Pat wrote:
> The photos a relation has emailed of her baby are htm and I tried to
> open them in irfanview without success. If I ask her to send them in
> plain text, will that work, or what's the best way to go?
> Many thanks for any help.
> Pat Child