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    i don't see the image icon

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    This is my test of me trying to use the image icon in the editing tools...

    Screenshot of left end of ribbon...

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    It appears that one must first save the file to disk and then one can upload the image file. A thumbnail appears to get embedded.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Truby View Post
    This is my test of me trying to use the image icon in the editing tools...

    Screenshot of left end of ribbon...

    Capture.jpg

    It appears that one must first save the file to disk and then one can upload the image file. A thumbnail appears to get embedded.
    I don't see an option to "upload the image file."

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cellist View Post
    I don't see an option to "upload the image file."

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    In the reply dialog (quick and advanced) there is a button with a little "picture" in it:

    Mr Excel Reply Dialog.PNG

    If you click that button you'll open this dialog which will allow you to upload image files from your hard drive or to use a URL.

    Mr Excel Upload Image Dialog.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Truby View Post
    This is my test of me trying to use the image icon in the editing tools...

    Screenshot of left end of ribbon...

    Capture.jpg

    It appears that one must first save the file to disk and then one can upload the image file. A thumbnail appears to get embedded.
    The only button in my Quick Reply are--when I hover: switch editor to WYSIWYG, remove format,paste as plain text, bold, italic, underline, font name, font size, ext color, smiley, link, email, unlink, wrap [quote], wrap [code].

    I'm probably better off uploading to google drive and link to that.

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