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Greetings Pro's,
I am trying to create a new email notification in Publisher Pro for "Approved Authors". I have created the document that I want to include in this notification and I can easily insert the text. I can't however get the images inserted. Can you please tell me how to insert images from this editor? I have attached the PDF document that I want this email to look like so you can see the images.

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David

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Hi,

I already assigned to publisher developer.

thank you!

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Hi,

You can use the "image icon" from editor, or if you write the HTML code, you need to add the full image path:
<img src=" www.madd-talet.com/images ....

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Mr. Dinca,
Thank you for your assistance in this, but I am sorry, I am not a very advanced html person. Would you mind explaining what you have instructed me to do in steps so I can do this. I have tried by selecting the "Input Image" icon on the editor of this, but when I do this, it asks me for a path to the file and when I enter the path, all I see is a square with no image it in. I am sorry to make this difficult for you, but I no this is a matter of me not doing something right, and this is why I am asking you to explain what I need to do and then I will never need to bother you Pro's with this issue again.

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David

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Hi David, when you add the path to the image use also http:// in front of www, I mean full path to image.
You can first open it in your browser and then copy/paste the address from browser.

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Alin,
I am sorry to have neglected this thread and kept it open for so long. If I understand you correctly, you are telling me to add a path that indicates the directory where the image is located on my server, correct? Now when I add this path, I write it similar to this:

www.url address from my server where all my html stuff is stored online?

Do I have this correct?

Thanks,

David

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Yes, that is.

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