How can I view all attachments at once in Outlook 2003?

I just received an email in Microsoft Outlook, contains many file attachments. I have to scroll in order to see some of them. How do I make all of them show up at once? Can I make this a permanent setting? I use Windows XP.
bobox00Asked:
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bobox00Author Commented:
Nope. That link is about security/safety when opening attachments. That's not what I want. Thanks though.
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darbid73Commented:
Maybe I can help you, but could you explain a little what you mean by "scroll to see them all" and what do you mean by "show up at once"?
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bobox00Author Commented:
darbid73 please see attached image for further clarity.
scroll-attachments.jpg
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tntmaxCommented:
I don't see anyway to disable this in Outlook, saving them all is about the closest I know off the top of my head:

http://blogs.howtogeek.com/mysticgeek/2009/05/14/outlook-quick-tip-save-multiple-email-attachments-all-at-one-time/
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darbid73Commented:
Oh well I could have told you that.  I wanted to get some more information and suggest that you build a little VBA macro to view them all at once.
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