I had hoped that I had made the problem clear previously.
In outlook express, when you inserted a picture in a line of text an e-mail, you were asked whether it should appear with the top of the picture at the top of the line of text, or with the bottom of the picture in line with the bottom of the line of text.
Since I cannot demonstrate this in a post my attempt to describe it verbally will have to suffice!
Your picture below is standing alone on a line and any accompanying text would have appeared in line with the bottom of the picture.
Does that make things clearer?
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What are you on about?
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> We no longer seem to have the handy facility present in Outlook Express
> which apparently does not operate in Windows Mail.
> I refer to the old "insert picture" command which gave you the opportunity
> to place it either at the text top or the baseline.
> Anyone care to comment if they know how to do this in Vista e-mails?