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Opening email multiple attachments one after another.

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I receive email attachments of photos in my Earthlink TotalAccess mail page, sometimes a single photo and sometimes multiple photos, and I do not have a problem opening them whether direct or with the aid of PowerPoint. However, the way multiple attachments are sent one has to click on each individual attachment on the bottom of the email page to view it, close it, and click on the next attachment. All of this opening and closing can be a drag for more than one attachment.

Does anyone know if there is any kind of free program or software that one can download that will allow attachments to be opened one after another by clicking on the photo?

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