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    I have an HTML page which is a newsletter. I want to be able to add it to an email message so I can email it to people. I want it to be in the body of the email, not sent as an attachment.

    There is a .htm page, several images, and a .css page. I need all of these to be embedded for the page to work correctly. I can put the styles from the .css file into the html page, but I still need to know how to embed the images.

    I tried creating stationary, but it didn't put the images in the email.

    I know it is possible to do this. Can someone give me some pointers as to how to get an HTML page along with several images into an email message.

    I am currently using Outlook 2003.



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    Don't know myself, but 1 thing to keep in mind, is that your readers may not have HTML enabled in their e-mail readers.
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    Senior Member glyakk's Avatar
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    Well I am not a fan of HTML email, or expert creating it but I have had to do it a time or two. Also I am sure there are programs out there talor made to do this.

    First you type in the url of the page you want to email into the outlook bar. (Replace outlook:\\Mailbox... with or wherever your page happens to be) and press enter.

    You will then see your page inside of outlook. Then go to actions > send page by email. Then you send like any other email, put your recoepiants, etc..

    Just be sure to remove any thing like the <HR> that is normally placed there by default.

    Like i said this is proabably a very cude way of doing this and i am positive there are much better ways, but out of nessessaty this is what i came up with.

    NOTE: also with outlook express you are able to view and edit the source code of an email message as if it were a regular html document. Something I have not found you can do with outlook.

    Hope this helps.

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    Senior Member teal's Avatar
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    Actually, the type of person who had an HTML email reader will likely have broadband too, so linking to the images is just as effective. I get stuff with images from macromedia all the time, and they don't embed anything.

    Of course, I could be totally wrong. That can always happen.
    Whoth steps forth to mock the teal? Whom couldst say a color superior!

    Proclamith me, it cannot be done.

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