1. Is there a formal name for "New Outlook" like a version number that we can use for searches, rather than Outlook or New Outlook?
2. In Mail for Windows, which I had been using before New Outlook, if in Windows Explorer, I copied an image file using ctrl-C, if I went to Mail and created a new email then pressed ctrl-V, it pasted the file as an attachment. This is what I need it to do. In the New Outlook, doing the same steps results in the image being pasted inline the body of the message.
I am aware of course that I can click the attachment button and select the file that way. But I'd like to know if there's a way to change the default behavior of ctrl-V in this scenario so that it acts like it does with Mail -- i.e., attaches the file that has been copied to the clipboard.