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How to insert or embed web page in Outlook email body?

Do you want to send an entire web page content as the email body to a person instead of sending him or her a link in Outlook? With this tutorial, you will learn how to insert or embed a web page in Outlook email body.

Insert or embed web page in email body in Outlook 2007

Embed web page in email body by using Internet Explorer in Outlook 2010/2013

Embed web page in email body with Insert function in Outlook 2010/2013

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arrow blue right bubble Insert or embed web page in email body in Outlook 2007

1. Copy the web page link you want to insert the content in email body from the internet browser.

2. In Outlook 2007, please click View > Toolbar > Web to show Search the Web field. See screenshot:

3. Then paste the web page link into the Search the Web field, and press Enter key on the keyboard. See screenshot:

4. Now the web page is opened in the Outlook. Please click Actions > Send Web Page by E-mail.

5. Now a new email composing window pops up, enter your recipients and then click Send button to send the email.

Note: Notice that the order of the web page content is chaotic after embedding it to the email body. If you want to make it neat to read, please reedit it before sending.


arrow blue right bubble Embed web page in email body by using Internet Explorer in Outlook 2010/2013

In Outlook 2010 and 2013, you can embed web page in email body with the help of Internet Explorer.

1. Launch Internet Explorer, and open the web page you want to send by email. Then click Page > Send page by email. See screenshot:

2. After clicking Send Page by E-mail, the new email dialog pops up, please enter your recipients and then Send this email.

Note: Notice that the order of the web page content is chaotic after embedding it to the email body. If you want to make it neat to read, please reedit it before sending.


arrow blue right bubble Embed web page in email body with Insert function in Outlook 2010/2013

In addition, you can use Outlook Insert function to finish this web page inserting.

1. Create a new email message by clicking the New E-mail button in the ribbon.

2. Then click Insert > Attach File. (Note: You need to click on the email body to enable the Insert utility) See screenshot:

3. When the Insert File dialog popping up, select Text Files from the drop down menu in the All Files field.

4. Now, copy and paste the web page link from the browser into the File name field.

5. Then click button on the Insert button, and then select Insert as Text from the drop down menu. See screenshot:

6. Now an Outlook prompt box pops up. Choose Yes or No to meet your need.

7. In the new message dialog, enter your recipients and then click Send button to send it.

Note: Notice that the order of the web page content is chaotic after embedding it to the email body. If you want to make it neat to read, please reedit it before sending.


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    Ed · 3 years ago
    I have an issue where the url in the signature "pulls in" part of the website
    I have seen this behaviour in the body too

    How do we avoid this.
    The URL in the signature is typed
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    Ed · 3 years ago
    I have the reverse

    It seems that certain urls used in the signature or body, pull in part of the website.
    I am unable to replicate this so far but it happens on occasion from several parties

    How to do /undo this behaviour
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    syed · 3 years ago
    I wanted to have the webpage shown in the email body if i am using this method it's not coming proper pls help me i am using outlook 2010
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    Maxime Manuel · 5 years ago
    I wanted to have the webpage shown in the email body (embedded webpage)but it is not working. I am using Outlook 2007. It only sends the link nothing is embedded.
    Please help!
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      Dee · 5 years ago
      Open Outlook. Go View, Toolbars, Web
      Use the Search (top Right) to go to the desired URL
      When page loads, select Actions, send Webpage by Email. A new message box will open with the webpage pasted in the content window. Fill in address fields and mail.