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How to save pictures as jpeg/jpg/png format from email in Outlook?

Author: Kelly Last Modified: 2014-03-03

If pictures are inserted as attachments in an email message, you can easily save them with the Save Attachment feature. But what if pictures are embedded in the message body? Here we will guide you to save embedded pictures as JPEG / PNG / GIF / TIF / BMP format from email messages in Outlook in detail.

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The following steps will help you save pictures as individual images in some types quickly.

Step 1: Preview the email message with the pictures that you will save in the Reading Pane.

Step 2: Right click the picture that you will save, and then click the Save as Picture in the right-clicking menu.

Step 3: In the popping up File Save dialog box,

  • Open a folder that you will save the picture in.
  • Enter a name for the picture in the File name: box.
  • Click the Save as type: box, and select one type that you will save the picture as.
  • Click the Save button.

Note:

  • To save pictures as PNG format, please select the Portable Network Graphics in the Save as type: box.
  • To save pictures as JPEG format, please select the JPEG File Interchange Format in the Save as type: box.
  • To save pictures as GIF format, please select the Graphics Interchange Format in the Save as type: box.
  • To save pictures as TIF format, please select the Tag Image File Format in the Save as type: box.
  • To save pictures as BMP format, please select the Windows Bitmap in the Save as type: box.

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The Save Picture option is clickable but it will not move past the File Save Dialogue box. I can click the Save button all day long but absolutely nothing happens.
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To all those saying "no save as picture", the OP left out a step. You have to select the picture FIRST and then right click it. So if you left click the picture it will select it and just outside the picture you will see a dotted border. Now when you right click you will get the save as picture option. If you accidentally right click and get the wrong menu click off the menu then click AGAIN to select the picture. Again you can tell when the picture is selected by the faint dotted outline. Hope that helps
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Nope, still doesn’t work.
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Also very late with reply, however...Was sent an e mail photo, right clicked on the photo in preview mode, pressed "save picture" then saved into a file that has a JPEG save as feature. Done!
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If you download the files, then drag and drop onto your desktop, it lets you right-click them to download again as a jpeg.
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So how do you change the format when it want let you
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