Adobe Reader X (10) and Outlook Email

I'm trying to forward an Outlook email with a PDF attachment. Before sending the email, I open the PDF file to modify it and then attempt to save it back into the email. In Reader version 9, this was possible. With version 10, it asks me to save it into a directory instead. Is there another process to save it back into the file within the email before forwarding?
nreichAsked:
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Lordy123Commented:
If you close the email while you have the attachment open this will happen. It's generally a best pratice to modify attachments and reattach them. Outlook 2010 actually disables this feature.
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nreichAuthor Commented:
The email is still open while the attachment is being modified. If I perform this same action on a machine with Outlook 2010 and Reader 9, it functions fine. Apparently it's something within the new Reader X version and was wondering if anyone else has had this issue and if there is a work-around?
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Lordy123Commented:
When you open the attachment, does it open in read only mode?
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nreichAuthor Commented:
How do you tell if it's in read only mode? I don't see anything that states so.
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nreichAuthor Commented:
Found it! Under Preferences -> General, there is an option for "Enable Protected Mode at startup". Unchecking this allows for the modification and saving of the document back into the email.
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nreichAuthor Commented:
Own solution found.
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