Using the Image Editor - New Editor

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To add an image to your email, make sure a content block that contains an image is included in the body of your email.  Once it is, simply click on the gray image icon to upload your own image.  When you do this, the Image Editor will appear.   Hover over the gray image icon and click "Change Image" to upload your own image.

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Once you've uploaded an image, you can use the slider bar to resize it.  You may also type in a specific height or width for the image in pixels.  The Image Editor will always respect the aspect ratio of the image, so that images do not appear distorted.  You may also align your image, to be left or right justified, or centered.  

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"Description" is the ALT text for your image.  Give a brief description for your image.  This is the text that people will see if their email browser has not yet downloaded the images in your email.  

"Link to" allows you to link the entire image to either an email address or a website.  

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Once you're done resizing or linking the image, click the Save button.  Your image will be inserted into your email.  You'll notice 4 small white boxes on each corner of your image.  You may use these to drag and drop to resize your image even further in the Edit Email view.  

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To have different areas of your image link to different places, use theImage Map function.  

Next: Image Map, Step 4.

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