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When [[agent-guide/HowtoComposeaReply|replying to]] or [[agent-guide/HowtoForwardanEmail|forwarding]] emails, images can be inserted directly into the body of messages using your computer's '''copy image''' and '''paste''' commands; print screen and snipping tools may be used to do this. Inserting images into the body of email messages may allow you to improve your email response time.
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When [[agent-guide/HowtoComposeaReply|replying to]] or [[agent-guide/HowtoForwardanEmail|forwarding]] emails, images can be inserted directly into the body of messages using either drag-and-drop functionality or your computer's '''copy image''' and '''paste''' commands. Print screen and snipping tools may be used to do this as well. Inserting images into the body of email messages may allow you to improve your email response time.
  
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Once the image is placed, you can use the image tools to resize it, move it to a different place within the email body, align the image to be left/center/right, and make other adjustments as needed. Click anywhere else within the email body to deselect the image and hide the image tools.
  
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To insert an image, first, copy it using your preferred copy image method (e.g., in Windows, right-click on the image and select "copy image"). Next, insert your cursor within the body of the message and use your computer's paste command; the image will appear inside the email body.
 
To insert an image, first, copy it using your preferred copy image method (e.g., in Windows, right-click on the image and select "copy image"). Next, insert your cursor within the body of the message and use your computer's paste command; the image will appear inside the email body.
  
  
[[File:Copy-Paste-Images-Into-Email-51.PNG|650px|thumb|center|An example of an image pasted into the body of an email]]
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[[File:2021.09.27_AD_DragAndDropImageIntoEmail.Screenshot.png|center|thumb|800px|Example email showing an image placed using drag-and-drop]]
  
  
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== How to Copy and Paste Images ==
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To insert an image into email using copy/paste, first, copy the image using your preferred copy image method (e.g., in Windows, right-click on the image and select "copy image"). Next, insert your cursor within the body of the message and use your computer's paste command; the image will appear inside the email body.
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If you prefer, files still may be attached to emails using the '''Add attachment''' button [[File:Attachment-Button-50.png|26px]].  
 
If you prefer, files still may be attached to emails using the '''Add attachment''' button [[File:Attachment-Button-50.png|26px]].  
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[[File:2021.09.27_AD_PasteImagesIntoEmails.Screenshot.png|800px|thumb|center|Example email showing an image placed using the "copy" and "paste" commands]]
  
  

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How to Insert Images into Email

When replying to or forwarding emails, images can be inserted directly into the body of messages using either drag-and-drop functionality or your computer's copy image and paste commands. Print screen and snipping tools may be used to do this as well. Inserting images into the body of email messages may allow you to improve your email response time.

Once the image is placed, you can use the image tools to resize it, move it to a different place within the email body, align the image to be left/center/right, and make other adjustments as needed. Click anywhere else within the email body to deselect the image and hide the image tools.

How to Drag and Drop Images

To insert an image, first, copy it using your preferred copy image method (e.g., in Windows, right-click on the image and select "copy image"). Next, insert your cursor within the body of the message and use your computer's paste command; the image will appear inside the email body.


Example email showing an image placed using drag-and-drop


How to Copy and Paste Images

To insert an image into email using copy/paste, first, copy the image using your preferred copy image method (e.g., in Windows, right-click on the image and select "copy image"). Next, insert your cursor within the body of the message and use your computer's paste command; the image will appear inside the email body.


If you prefer, files still may be attached to emails using the Add attachment button Attachment-Button-50.png.


Example email showing an image placed using the "copy" and "paste" commands


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