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Help with enabling External Image property in MS Report

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Hi,


When I try to run my report I receive the following error:

Report 'Report1' contains ecternal images. The Enable External Image property has not been set for this Report"

How do I fix this error? I can not fing this propoerty in the Report's properties window.

Thanks,

Victor
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How did you put the image on the report?  Did you select "external" as image source?

Here's an article on using images, perhaps that helps too: http://www.experts-exchange.com/Microsoft/Development/MS-SQL-Server/MS-SQL_Reporting/A_9233-Put-Some-Images-On-Those-SSRS-Reports.html
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