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    Using graphics in stationery (MSO 2003)

    I've received a couple of messages in the past that have graphics embedded.

    I can forward the message and realize the graphic, but I can't seem to get the graphic so that I can design stationery with it embedded.

    I tried viewing the source and copying the graphic "line", but that didn't seem to work either.

    How can I do this?

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    Re: Using graphics in stationery (MSO 2003)

    See <post:=626,454>post 626,454</post:> for information on saving embedded graphics.

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    Re: Using graphics in stationery (MSO 2003)

    Thanks Joe...

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    Re: Using graphics in stationery (MSO 2003)

    Joe:

    One worked, one didn't.

    The attached is (in Outlook message format and then zipped, and from a friend's site, so it is scanned and safe) a copy of the one that won't cooperate.

    I tried copying the source line etc. It's not embedded, but called from another site.

    I tried copying the path, but cannot get it. I can, as said, mail it to myself, and forward it, so it (the graphic) is alive and well...

    Any idea at all what I'm doing wrong here?

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    Re: Using graphics in stationery (MSO 2003)

    I can't open the message (perhaps because I don't have OL2003) - can you post the "source line" you copied that shows the file location?

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    Re: Using graphics in stationery (MSO 2003)

    If you right-click the message and View Source, you can extract the image URLs for linked images from the HTML code:

    <code>[img]URL[/img]</code>


    If you are forwarding to yourself to convert it to an embedded image, the bottom item on the Format menu needs to be checked.

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    Re: Using graphics in stationery (MSO 2003)

    Unless you intentionally mangled the address in your src link it won't work because it is not a complete address.

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    Re: Using graphics in stationery (MSO 2003)

    Leif:

    I'm confused...

    The source line you asked for is

    <DIV>[img]cid:006301c60bc5$1ced89b0$6401a8c0@lange[/img]</DIV>

    But, even though I'm looking at the graphic, it doesn't seem to embed. All I get is the "little square". I copy the line, place it, etc., but...

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    Re: Using graphics in stationery (MSO 2003)

    Jefferson:

    Again, same result... But there it is...

    <DIV>[img]cid:006301c60bc5$1ced89b0$6401a8c0@lange[/img]</DIV>

    But I can, as stated, **forward** a copy of an e-mail with the graphic... But not send...

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    Re: Using graphics in stationery (MSO 2003)

    Joe:

    What I sent above was copied directly from the "source"... There isn't any ".com" or such though, is there...?

    I don't understand...

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    Re: Using graphics in stationery (MSO 2003)

    > src="cid:something"

    This format indicates an embedded image that was sent as part of the message; an attachment designed to be displayed inline with the message body rather than displayed as a file attachment. As a result, that URL is only meaningful in that particular message and can't be used anywhere else.

    You should be able to save the image to disk and insert it into or attach it to your outgoing message after you have saved it locally.

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    Re: Using graphics in stationery (MSO 2003)

    Jefferson:

    You (I) can, but you lose the animation -- a walking man...

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    Re: Using graphics in stationery (MSO 2003)

    > You (I) can, but you lose the animation -- a walking man...

    Even using my macro in the post referenced above?

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    Re: Using graphics in stationery (MSO 2003)

    Jefferson:

    I'm certainly a neophyte with macros... I imported as stated, I think, but got the following error when it ran (<-- noted the highlighted line in the error message):

    Sub SaveEmbedAttach()
    'Loads userform that contains all the code
    Load frmSaveEmbeds <---
    frmSaveEmbeds.Show
    Unload frmSaveEmbeds
    Set frmSaveEmbeds = Nothing
    End Sub

    ??

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    Re: Using graphics in stationery (MSO 2003)

    Please read the instructions in the Word document attached to Jefferson's post careffully, and then follow them exactly. Apparently, you have only imported the code module (.bas), but not the userform (.frm).

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