How to attach file as an attachment not in the body?
Sometimes users may want that the file they are attaching should appear in attachment box and not in the body of the file. To ensure this users must check that the file they are attaching is of HTML format or plain text else, if it is in a rich text, it will appear in body of the message.
Steps to attach a file as an attachment not in the body:
Step 1: Open and login to your Outlook account.
Step 2: When opened, click on the “File” menu, then from the drop down menu, click “New” and then click “Mail Message”.
Step 3: Browse and select the file that you want to attach from the insert file dialog box, and finally click on insert.
Step 4: You need to make sure that the file you have inserted is of HTML or plain text format, as then only it will appear as an attachment and not in body. In similar way you can attach multiple files.
Outlook Technical Support
The role of Outlook technical support comes into play when the users are unable to follow the above mentioned steps or have any other issue related to their Outlook account. It is because the technical support team consists of skilled and well qualified technicians who have the exact idea that may be causing hindrance in your path.
To contact to these technicians users need to dial the 24/7 Outlook technical support toll free phone number and tell the experts about the issue or query and they are as usual, always eager to fix any issue within shortest span of time. Remote assistance, onsite assistance and live chatting are the three modes through which technicians assist the customers to get the issue fixed.