Apologies for coming back here again to ask what may well be September's Most Stupid Question. The thing is, I have just upgraded my iPad Pro to the latest operating system version, iOS 10. Skeptical husband knows nothing about Apple, though a lot about Microsoft, and so he actually counseled me not to change from iOS 9 on the basis that if it ain't broke, why fix it. Also: his experience of Microsoft Windows has been that each successive version of that OS is produced by people who, were they working for a car manufacturer, think it's clever to move the steering wheel from where it usually is, put the engine on the roof, and re-locate the driver's seat to the rear. If you complain about all this needless re-organisation, you are told you are a Luddite. Behind the times. That you must "learn" how to drive in the new way. Well; I don't want any of that silliness, which is why I've bought my first Apple. But, but. . . I'm just wondering: has someone, somewhere, in the creation of iOS10 decided how good it would be to make some things that were once readily accessible. . . inaccessible? I'd therefore love to know how to save images which come to me as email attachments. Not images in the actual body of the email. But as attachments. It used to take all of a few seconds for pictures received as email attachments to be collected up by the iPad and winged off into my Pictures library. Now, now. . . no matter where I click on the screen of my new improved all singin' all dancin' iOS10 iPad Pro, I cannot find a way of saving an attached image, or group of attached images, in the manner I did before on my old-fashioned out-of-date boring iOS9 iPad Pro. Is it me? (Probably.) Or has Apple started recruiting Microsoft coders? Is there some horrific connection between the 10 on the iPad and the 10 which Microsoft has tried to foist onto everyone's computers? My paranoia begins to seeth . . . Help appreciated. . . as ever. Many thanks.