You're doing everything right except for trying to paste into your email. You need to use something that can create a new file to paste in to (such as Photoshop or Photoshop Elements) then you'll need to save those files (probably as a .jpg) and attach them to your email.
I'm not sure if you have any applications that can do that so you'll have to experiment with what you have until you find something that works.
Are you sure photoshop works on a mac? I was looking up such and found some who where looking for HELP for mac computer as it seems Adobe didn't support macs . I'd like to know before buying such.
Tks for idea anyway!
Are you sure photoshop works on a mac?
I was looking up such and found some who where looking for HELP for mac computer as it seems Adobe didn't support macs .
Adobe supports Macs for 99% of their applications. I'm not sure where you found that information.
Photoshop isn't an inexpensive application so you may look in to buying the less expensive version of Photoshop Elements.
~graffiti: Tks for trying to help, but I found the answer on a Mac Discussion group....so if anyone else wants to know how it was done:
I opened the .pdf with Mac PREVIEW application, then did this that was told to me and it works:
In preview go to print and click PDF and select send PDF to iPhoto . In iPhoto duplicate the resulting image and crop to a photo and repeat as needed