email picture file size option no longer appearing?


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Guest

This is the first time I have emailed pictures since I upgraded to Outlook
2007. The problem is I am no longer getting the menu as to what picture file
size I would like to send? It used to say (in Outlook 2002) , do you want to
send your pictures as small , medium or large files, or other options and you
could pick another option. Now, I am not getting any menu at all, so I had to
send all my pictures 1 by 1. (I didn't feel like going into my photo program
and reducing them individullay). Why am I not getting the send pictures size
option menu??? Thanks in advance!
 
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Guest

I had a problem in Windows XP SP2 with R Click on Image & loss of Resize
image Menu Fuction. Menu for resize would show & on selecting any of the
various options had zero resuts, I reinstalled Powertoys Image resizer but
nothing here as well untill I found this fix on the Web.
Image Resizer -
NOTE: MS-MVP Alex Nichol pointed out that Image Resizer may not work if you
have disabled image preview in Windows XP. If you encounter this problem, the
usual repair is to type the following from a command prompt: REGSVR32
SHIMGVW.DLL
Copy & Past this to Notepad or simiiar and save it for future Reference,
somehow my Image Preview had been disabled with complete loss of resizing
images for e-mail use etc with R Click Menu Funtions here gone, This fixed
it. There is also a Powertools / Powertoys Image Resizer Program you can
find via web try this 1st & restart after Fix applied. I have just tested
Image Resize Options out and I have also the function to R Click image &
sellect - Send To - Mail Recipient & Wow I have the option to resize Picture
or Sellected Pictures now as well.
Good luck with it.
 
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Guest

Thanks a lot!!!! I typed that in the command Promt and it worked!!!! Its so
strange how something just stops working all of a sudden and you have no clue
why! I'm sure by me putting that back in, I will find that I have disabled
something else perhaps. I have XP Prof with SP2 installed. I still think
something in office 2007 disabled it. I have saved the fix so I can reuse it
if need be. Thanks again Bambithree!!!!!
 
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Guest

Hi, Really glad it helped you out & that some one else has benefitted from tip.
I wondered about this as well i.e. Feature being disabled unwittingly/
unknowingly, and came up with some scenarios, I have a comined utility /
software Ace Utilities, that I use regularly to clean up my computer of Junk
Files + Dead or Lost registry entries & loads more but used mainly for these
two problems, which windows creates in profussion. Although i have never
had a problem with this Software before i am wondering if it may have taken a
file or link out, but this is a long shot as it has always been completely
safe over years of use, i have the bought version but it's available free or
Trial 30 Days as well. Recently I have found it necessary to do System
Restore for one reason or another & another possability of a Glich here,
combined with all the MS Updates & security Fixes, we XP-er's have had to
undergo in the last 7 months, possibly a glich somewhere here as well may be
considered the cause???
Thanks for your response So glad it all worked out for you.
 
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Jan

I am running Office 2007 and Vista. Where do I find a command prompt? I
tried typing REGSVR32 SHIMGVW.DLL into the start find field and it found a
file of that name. I clicked on the file and got this message: "The module
'SHIMGVW.DLL' was loaded but the entry point DIIRegisterServer was not found.
Make sure that 'DSHIMGVW.DLL' is a valid DLL or OCX file and then try
again." I have no idea what this means, but I still can't autosize inserted
pictures. Did I use a command prompt or did I type the command into the
wrong field?
 
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Roady [MVP]

Press the Windows Logo key on your keyboard together with the R key to open
the Run command.
You can also type "command" in the Start Menu search box launch a command
prompt.
 
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