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How cut and paste a picture from body of email received

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I am trying to cut and paste a picture included in the bottom of an email and insert it into a Word document so I can size it and print it. I can highlight it, cut it with Ctrl C, paste into the Word document with Ctrl V, but the picture doesn't show, though the frame of the picture appears when I click the spot where the picture was pasted. Frame, but blank, no image. Any thoughts?

I am trying to cut and paste a picture included in the bottom of an email and insert it into a Word document so I can size it and print it. I can highlight it, cut it with Ctrl C, paste into the Word document with Ctrl V, but the picture doesn't show, though the frame of the picture appears when I click the spot where the picture was pasted. Frame, but blank, no image. Any thoughts?

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Thanks to everyone for their help.

The problem has been solved -- by trying everything and finally figuring it out.

If you run into this problem, it may be because, unless you know the file format of the inserted image, the programs can't figure it out for you. Position your cursor over the image, right-click, and save the image as a .jpeg rather than simply copying it. Then work with the .jpeg file in whatever picture-management program you normally use -- or even insert it in Word.

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Is it an included picture or a link to a picture? If its a link the adress could be relative. It is one way to stop people from stealing copyrighted pics. If that not the case you should be able to right-click and copy.

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Thanks for the response. The picture is included along with several others in the body of the email. It is not a link. But when I try the right-click "copy image", and then Ctrl V paste it into a Word document, all that pastes is the frame, which is invisible unless you click in the paste area. The actual image never shows up. Maybe there's something about Word in regard to this.

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The thing is I can't reproduce it. Only time I canget something simulare is when i try to copy a picture that is linked, which means it's not a picture, it is a link to a picture on a server. It shows up as pictures thou, IF you allowed it in settings private security. Try to send yourself a picture, cut and past, then cut and past something else (that way you dont have your first cut up front) Send it, and try to cut and past from that email.

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Kiválasztott megoldás

Thanks to everyone for their help.

The problem has been solved -- by trying everything and finally figuring it out.

If you run into this problem, it may be because, unless you know the file format of the inserted image, the programs can't figure it out for you. Position your cursor over the image, right-click, and save the image as a .jpeg rather than simply copying it. Then work with the .jpeg file in whatever picture-management program you normally use -- or even insert it in Word.