Can anyone tell me how to send a PDF file so that it opens up in the body of the email itself? Thanks

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Can anyone tell me how to send a PDF file so that it opens up in the body of the email itself? Thanks
That is a function of the recipient's e-mail software understanding what your software sent.  If it doesn't it will always show as an icon or attachment.   It is also a function of both your internet provider and their internet provider accepting messages of that size, and a function of their download attachment settings in their e-mail program.  There is no way to guarantee it will appear inline in the attachment.   The best you can do is attach with Windows Friendly format.  To do that, use the attach toolbar icon that looks like a paperclip, (View menu -> Customize toolbar if invisible) on Mac OS X Mail when composing the message.   A checkbox appears in the file dialog box's bottom to make it Windows friendly when you navigate to pick the PDF file.  That makes it as universally compatible as possible.  It still may not appear inline, but at least you are less likely to be incompatible.
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