Macs All-in-One For Dummies
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You can e-mail pictures from your Mac using Leopard’s Mail program. To use your Mac's Mail program to e-mail pictures:

Highlight an image in your iPhoto library or an album and choose Share→Email (or hold down the Command key to send several photos).

Highlight an image in your iPhoto library or an album and choose Share→Email (or hold down the Command key to send several photos).

A dialog box asks you to choose a size for the photo (small, medium, large, or actual size). When you e-mail pictures from your Mac, remember that smaller files are faster to send and download; the larger files boast superior quality but may not slip past your ISP’s server size limitations.

Decide whether you want to include the titles and comments with your photo by selecting those options (or not). Click Compose.

Decide whether you want to include the titles and comments with your photo by selecting those options (or not). Click Compose.

Leopard’s Mail program opens with the picture already attached (assuming Mail is your default e-mail application).

Fill in the recipient’s address, type a subject line, and add your message before sending the picture on its way.

Fill in the recipient’s address, type a subject line, and add your message before sending the picture on its way.

Visit iPhoto Preferences if you want to send e-mail through another mail program, such as AOL, Eudora, or Microsoft Entourage.

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Joe Hutsko has been writing about computers, gadgets, and video games for over 20 years. He worked at Apple from 1984 to 1988. Barbara Boyd is a coauthor of multiple editions of iPhone All-in-One For Dummies. Boyd worked at Apple from 1985 to 1990. Jesse Feiler is a developer, web designer, trainer, and author. He has worked with mobile devices starting with Apple’s Newton and continuing with the Apple’s iOS and OS X products, including the iPhone and iPad. He is heard regularly on WAMC Public Radio’s The Roundtable. Doug Sahlin operates a professional photography business specializing in event and portrait photography. He's the best-selling author of more than 20 books on computer applications such as Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Acrobat. He's written four books on digital photography. Sahlin also writes mysteries.

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