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Originally Posted by juhanson View Post
How can I attach an image file to an email so the size of the file is not reduced or compressed? Can you attach an image file so you don't see the image in the email just the attached file - as with a .doc or .pdf?
I'm going to assume you are using Mail (aka Mac Mail).

The file size of images is not reduced or compressed in any way using normal attachment procedures, so your first question is a non-concern.

The answer to your second question is "yes." Just right-click (or control-click) on the embedded image and choose "View as Icon" from the contextual menu.
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