Tricky (for me) question. I'm sure someone out there will know the answer. I want to attach jpeg photos to an email and send them to another person. I am using AOL. (I know, I know . . . but I'm using it, and that's that, OK?) In the old days, before I learned the hard way that installing AOL software onto your computer can ruin your computer for you, attaching and sending photos to emails was no problem. Now that I know better about AOL software, however, I use the AOL Internet email service. Now, I have a problem. Now, I can attach a photo (or a number of them) to an email OK, but now, the photo actually appears in the body of the email. It never used to do that when I was using AOL software. I suppose having the photo appear in the email is OK, however, it is a HUGE version of the photo - so huge, that you cannot view the photo, as a practical matter. I have learned that you can right click on the photo and select View Photo, and that will scale it down somewhat, but it is still much too large. I don't want the damn photo to appear in the body of the email. I just want to attach it so the person receiving it can view it with some type of photo viewer, i.e., opening it independently of viewing it in the actual body of the email. How do I do that? Can it even be done? If it cannot be done, how do I "scale down" the photo(s), so it won't be so large in the body of the email?