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Thanks Doug, Bob, and Andrew for your attempts to help me with my 
attachments problem.  Bob, I went to the Eudora web site and found a 
section for 4.3 --I will have to go back their and do some 
'studying'.  Doug, you came close...I was able to drag this morning's 
e-mail with attached photo of 'Snowcap' to a folder.
However when I opened it there (in the folder) the computer proceeded 
to establish a new mailbox (Snowcap) and opened the message with 
photo there!
I already knew I could transfer the message to a different mailbox or 
just leave it in "In".  Then I went to hard drive, etc. and the 
attachment was already there and I hadn't even opened it yet from my 
"In" mailbox, So I think I'll just not worry about it and go to the 
hard drive if I want a photo, and not save it in 3 places.  And, to 
the rest of the list:  I'll quit cluttering up the list with my 
computer questions!  I should probably join a "Eudora List" if there 
is one!  Linda K.
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