Windows 10: The Copy and Paste Picture Dilemma & Other Outlook Problems
The Copy and Paste Picture Dilemma & Other Outlook Problems
I have Windows 10 and IE 11. I use to be able to copy pictures from the web to an Outlook e-mail. Now when I do it all I get is the http address and no photo. If this is due to Windows 10 I'll do a restore to Windows 8.1 and stay put. If this is a change to Outlook e-mail I'm not sure how I'll proceed. I still use Internet Explorer instead of Edge. I just had too many problems with the new browser. Also after I've been on line for awhile and when I go back into Outlook e-mail and try to respond to an e-mail I'll hit the "reply" but the sender's message doesn't appear at all. If I hit "forward" to share the e-mail with others the body of the e-mail is also blank. Thanks for any guidance you can provide.
I have several Windows systems!
2 x Windows 10 & 1 x Windows 7 Prof.
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