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The "link to file" checkbox is greyed out when inserting objects into new tasks in Outlook 2007

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I'm using Outlook 2007. When I create a new task and insert an object, I can't select the "link to file" checkbox, as it's greyed out. I tried the same thing in Outlook 2003 and that works fine. Is there anything that I can chage to allow me to select this checkbox? I've attached a screenshot of the issue. Any help would be most welcome. Thanks
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