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After I do the art work, make the propper jpg. etc. designation and flatten it. Then I save it as, and title it. I write an email, click on ad attachment, then browse. From there on I am lost at sea. Can't find the art I want to send in the email.

Can someone instruct me in a simple way to send the FIILE to someone? I just need to send the file.

Thank you all,

Sloppybo

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Still can't do it. I made a new folder in paint net, got the art into the folder, named the folder the same name as art work. Still can't access the file for gmail attachment. Maybe I don't know how to make a folder. I don't know what the hell I'm not doing or doing. I don't do this enough to learn it. I'm able to send the opened art work to someone in a gmail, but they want something they can post on a website. Can they post the gmailed art on a website? I'll keep trying. Any other suggestions would be appreciated. The hell of it is, I'm certain it's as easy as can be.

Sloppybo

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Try compressing the folder. Select the artwork you want to sent in a file. You can hold ctrl while clicking to select multiple files. When you are done selecting them right click on one of the selected file go to send to> compressed (zipped) folder. You should be able to upload it to gmail then. You can do this if you have windows vista or windows 7.

 

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