dlguk 22:46 22 Mar 06

Can anyone help me to save and insert an animation? You know the kind that one sees on emails etc.

Thank you


  phono 22:58 22 Mar 06

Those animations are usually an animated GIF you will have to find a GIF that you like, download it and insert it into your email using "Insert" from the menu.

  johnnyrocker 23:00 22 Mar 06

right click copy (or cut) paste where you want it?


  Silver_Surfer1 23:00 22 Mar 06

Erm...insert it where? If you're talking about creating an animated GIF, there's plenty of free or inexpensive shareware around the net, as well as the more expensive full programs, such as Adobe Imageready.

Once you've created your GIF, and you want to put it onto a website, you can just use a normal <img src="..."> tag to insert it.

  phono 23:04 22 Mar 06

dlguk is looking to know how to insert an
"animation" into an email, not a website.

  Stuartli 23:17 22 Mar 06

Not quite correct if you read the question properly.

diguk says: "You know, the kind that one sees on emails etc."

  phono 01:39 23 Mar 06

I will suitably chastise myself for such a heinous crime. ;^)

  dlguk 19:59 07 Apr 06

I would like to save my email and after reinstallation of XP to restore them. I have tried *dbx and have had no joy, any help out there.



  VoG II 20:03 07 Apr 06

click here 309-311.

  dlguk 20:46 07 Apr 06

Any particular link??

  dlguk 20:47 07 Apr 06

any particurlar link ??

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