Sometimes shared pictures that are emailed will arrive embedded within the body of the email message, as opposed to being an attachment. Save a picture from within the body of an Outlook email message to your hard drive.
Position your mouse pointer over the picture. Right-click your mouse.
Click the option for "Save As Picture" on the pop-up menu. By default, the Save Picture dialogue box will appear. Save the picture at this location or click the down arrow to the right of the "My Pictures Save In" box to select a different location.
Save the picture in the "My Pictures" location. At the bottom of the Save Picture dialogue box, next to File Name, type in the name you want to give the picture. Click the "Save" button.
Tips & Warnings
- Save your picture directly under My Pictures, save it in an existing folder, or create a new folder for the picture.
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