Usually the default message format for Outlook is HTML, and message attachments are listed below the title bar by default. This is not a little in the attachment, but once the attachment is more miscellaneous will inevitably appear confusing. A long series of attachments, when viewing the text, you have to drag the mouse up and down, why can not follow the message body step-by-step to insert the attachment it?
Inserting attachments in the body of a message is possible, but you need to convert the message format from the default HTML format to Rich Text format.
For example, in Outlook 2010, create a new message and switch to the Format Text tab. Select Rich Text formatting in the format bar.
For Outlook 2007, you can find rich text formatting in the options.
By the way, here are three formats:
Plain text format is a very common message format, and basically all mail systems now support this format. It does not display the formatting of text in a message, such as a colored font, or bold.
Rich Text Format messages can be well preserved in the original format, but other than Microsoft's software outside the system to support this format is not very good.
HTML format, in a nutshell is the user sent what format of the message each other received is what format mail. The retention of the format and the requirements for the messaging system reside in both.
When the settings are complete, move the mouse to the place where the message body needs to be inserted, and click Mail-Insert attachment.
RTF can contain formatting and, if the recipient is using an Outlook client, it is undoubtedly convenient to use rich Text format.
Because rich-text format is compatible only with Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Exchange, if users are using other client products, they may cause message information to be lost or unreadable.
It is also easy to restore the default formatting to reduce the hassle of subsequent viewing. Turn on formatting text, and then select the HTML format again.