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如何在Outlook中的电子邮件正文中插入附件?

作者:凯莉 最后修改时间:2020-04-21

通常,附件会插入到电子邮件正文上方的邮件标头中。 但是,有时您可能会收到一些带有在邮件正文中插入附件的电子邮件,这使附件更加可见并且不容易被忽略。 在这里,我们为您提供了将附件插入Microsoft Outlook中撰写电子邮件正文中的指南。

直接在邮件正文中插入附件

将附件从“邮件”标题移到邮件正文


箭头蓝色右气泡 直接在邮件正文中插入附件

首先,我们将向您展示如何在撰写的电子邮件正文中直接插入附件。

步骤1:建立新的电子邮件:
  1. 在Outlook 2010/2013中,请点击 新电子邮件 按钮在 全新 组上 主页 标签。
  2. 在Outlook 2007中,请点击 文件 > 全新 > 邮件讯息.

步骤2:将当前电子邮件转换为RTF格式。

  1. 在Outlook 2010/2013中,请点击 富文本 按钮在 格式 组上 格式化文字 标签。
  2. 在Outlook 2007中,请点击 富文本 按钮在 格式 组上 附加选项 标签。

步骤3:将光标置于撰写邮件正文中要添加附件的位置。

第3步:点击插入附件 附加文件 按钮或 展望项目 (或附加项目)按钮 包括 组上 插页 标签。

然后在弹出的对话框中选择附件,然后单击 OK or 插页 按钮。

然后,将附件文件或Outlook项目插入到您在步骤3中放置光标的位置。请参见以下屏幕快照:

如果要在编辑电子邮件时始终在电子邮件正文中插入附件,可以单击“文件”>“选项”>“邮件”,然后在“撰写邮件”部分的“以这种格式撰写的邮件”的下拉列表中选择“ RTF”。
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在Outlook中回复带有原始附件的邮件

众所周知,当您在Outlook中将邮件回复给收件人时,附件将从原始邮件中删除。 如果您想保留附件来回复按摩,可以尝试 Kutools for Outlook's 带附件回复 功能,它可以回复一封带有原始附件的邮件,也适用于所有messafe。    点击可使用全部功能30天免费试用!
 
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箭头蓝色右气泡 将附件从“邮件”标题移到邮件正文

有时您可能已经插入了附件,该附件显示在 附: 撰写电子邮件正文上方的框。 在这种情况下,您还可以更改邮件格式,并使附件显示在邮件正文中。

只需点击 富文本 按钮在 格式 组上 格式化文字 2010/2013(或 附加选项 标签,然后将附件立即移动到邮件正文中。


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very helpful !
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Not what I wanted at all - just wanted to insert HTML directly into HTML formatted message
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Hi, Mark, if you are in Outlook 2013 or earlier versions, click Insert > Attach File, in the popping dialog, choose the html file, then click arrow beside Insert button to choose Insert as text, then the HTML file has been inserted into boday of the HTML formatted message. If you are in Outlook 2016 or later versions (including 365), you need to enable the old Attach File button firstly. Click File > Options, then in Outlook Options dialog, click Quick Access Toolbar > All Commands > Attach File > Add to add the old Attach File command to the Toolbar. Then apply this added Attach File to insert html as text into body.
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Thanks so much. This was extremely useful and much easier than I thought!
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Wow it's great, Very useful. Thnx.
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I prefer my attachments in the body of my email. Is there a way to change this in settings so you don't have to select the Rich Text everytime I compose a new message?
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Hello, Anonymous, you can change the option as below screenshot shown, then you will write emails always as rich text, and the attachments will be always inserted in body.
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Sorry, as so far, we only can insert attachments in body by changing the settting every time. Maybe we will developer a utility to satisfy this need.
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My attachment button is not visible in Outlook. Can you explain? I need to attach an item but I don't see button.
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Sorry, sdads, I do not know how to find the button either.
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Hi! My attachments are set to go to the bottom of the email, no matter how long it is. How do I change that so they don't go to the bottom anymore?
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Thank you so much! This made my day!
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how can u insert the file full sized and not like a thumbnail type thing
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Do you mean to insert the file and show all file contents in the message body?
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Hey Thanks for this article..It was very useful. :-)
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