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Outlook don't  print  images (grafics) we insert in a message,. Why?

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Hello
we work with Outlook2000 (Office Professional,Office SP2, and we only have a small cube at the place from the grafic, on the paper when we print the messages wich have normaly a grafic inside. I don't find where i can configure Outlook so that he prints the messages like we see it at the monitor.
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