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Can I control the size of an image when using includepicture field code

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I am doing a mail-merge that uses different image files.  The images are about the same size (pixels) but File Properties show varying "Horizontal / Vertical resolutions".  It seems that Word uses the file's resolution values to size the image in Word.

How can I force the image to be a specified size in my document, regardless of the file's resolution value? e.g. I want all the images displayed as 3"x4" when using that one includefield field code.

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