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    New Lounger
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    Dec 2010
    Newark, UK
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    In previous versions of Outlook you could display files that you've attached on a new mail as an icon WITHIN the body of the document. As such you could attach things at a certain point in the email and refer to them more clearly due to positioning/order. You could set this up by going to View and changing which layout type you were on.

    I have moved to Outlook 2010 and all the attachments seem to sit in a list at the top of the email. how do you change the settings back to the old (more useful) layout?

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    Uranium Lounger
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    Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
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    Inline attachments in body text are only possible with RTF (rich text format) messages. RTF works fine within Exchange, but is not always recognized by and therefore causes problems with non-Exchange internet email servers. For discussion of the problem and the settings you want, see this Slipstick page:
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