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Display pictures in Outline View?

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I could swear that in better days, you could insert a picture and have it display while in Outline View. When I insert a picture now in Word 2010, it switches to Print Layout view, and when I switch back to Outline view, picture disappears.

Is there an option or work-around for this?

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Yep, that's it - Save As in the old 97-2003 format, and images WILL display in Outline View.

Thanks for your help
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