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Remember, the larger the file you send the longer it will take to send.

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WINDOWS: 

    First let's DOWNLOAD the image.
Wait until the image or animation is fully loaded on the web page:
1.Move the mouse cursor over the image.
2.Then click with right mouse button and select "Save image as".
VERY IMPORTANT: You must download it to your hard disk.
3.The image or animation is ready to be used on your Web Editor or your e-mails.

(You can also download the entire collection.
Use the link you'll find at the bottom of the page)

 Now let's PLACE the image on your e-mail:

Outlook Express.
1. Open Outlook Express and click the New Mail button from the upper left corner, just like your going to create a new message.
2. Go to format at the top right next to tools and click it, then make sure you have Rich Text (HTML) selected. If you don't then click it and it will be selected for you.
3. Now you're ready to add your image(s) to your e-mail message. Click in the body of the message where you would say Hello, etc... and then click the last little icon on the bar right below the subject line. The icon will have a little mountain and sun on it. Click that and then click the browse button.
4. Now you just have to find the image from your hard drive that you want to use. Find your image and click open, then click OK.
5. Your image will now be in the body of your e-mail message for all of your friends to see.

Hotmail.
1. Go to: www.hotmail.com and log in to your e-mail account. Click on the tab "compose".
2. In "Compose", click the roll-down menu that says "tools" so that the "Rich Text Editor" is set to "OFF".
3. Now you're ready to add your image(s) to your e-mail message. Click in the body of the message where you would say Hello, etc...
4. Now you just have to find the image from your hard drive that you want to use.
5. Upload the animation to your own web-site (you can't link to the animations from Livepencil).
6. Go back to your Hotmail window. Click where you want the image to appear in your mail, and type: <img src="http://www.yourdomain.com/animation.gif">. (This is the link to the animation on your website)
7. Repeat step 5 - 6, depending on how many images/animations you'd like in your mail.
10. In the roll-down menu that says "tools", click so that the "Rich Text Editor" is set to "ON".

Yahoo! Mail.
1. Go to: http://mail.yahoo.com/ and log in to your e-mail account. Click on the tab "compose".
2. Check the box that says "View HTML source".
3. Write your mail.
4. Now you just have to find the image from your hard drive that you want to use.
5. Upload the animation to your own web-site (you can't link to the animations from Livepencil).
6. Go back to your Yahoo! Mail window. Click where you want the image to appear in your mail, and type: <img src="http://www.yourdomain.com/animation.gif">. (This is the link to the animation on your website)
7. repeat step 5 - 6, depending on how many images/animations you'd like in your mail.
Tip: If you want the animations on separate lines, type <BR> between them.

AOL
After you have connected to AOL, you need to open your email as if you are going to send/write a message.
1. Click the "File" button on the drop down menu.
2. Click "Open Picture Finder".
The window that opens is where you will need to direct the system to locate the folder and file that you have downloaded.
3. After you have located the folder and the file, click the file, now click "Open Gallery".
4. In the "Picture Gallery", you can modify the graphic.
5. If you modify the graphic or not, click the "Insert in Email" button.
6. The graphic will appear in the body of the email.

Your animations may not move when your Temporary Internet Files folder is full.
The are saved as .bmp instead of .gif.
Fix the problem by deleting your temporary files:
1 - In Internet Explorer, select Tools/Internet Options...
2 - Under Temporary Internet Files, click Delete Files...
then click ok.

MACINTOSH: 

     First let's DOWNLOAD the image.
When the image or animation is fully loaded on the web page:
1.Move the mouse cursor over the image.
2.Hold down the mouse button. A new menu will unfold. Choose "Save image as"
VERY IMPORTANT: You must download it to your hard disk.
3.The image or animation is ready to be used on your Web Editor or your e-mail.

(You can also download the entire collection.
Use the link you'll find at the bottom of the page)

 Now let's PLACE the image on your e-mail:
I can only tell you how to do this if you're using Netscape Communicator, Mozilla, and Firefox, but other programs should work similar.
1. Open Netscape Communicator and click the New Message button from the upper left corner, just like your going to create a new message.
2. Click in the body of the message where you would say Hello, etc... and then click the last icon on the bar right below the subject line. The icon will unfold to give you 5 options (Place a link, place a target, insert image, insert bar, insert table). Click the 3rd icon (insert image) and then click the browse button.
4. Now you just have to find the image from your hard drive that you want to use. Find your image and click open, then click OK.
5. Your image will now be in the body of your e-mail message for all of your friends to see.


IMPORTANT (Mac only):
You can DRAG & DROP the image directly from your hard drive to the exact point where you want it to show in the body of your message. It is much easier this way.

 
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