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outlook 2010 - email message graphics - Compress pictures - Use Document Resolution

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According to the MS Help screen, if you want to change the document resolution for graphics in a outlook message, you have to change it in the options menu.
I can't find where this setting is.  the document that states this is in the link at the bottom of this message.
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http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/powerpoint-help/reduce-the-file-size-of-a-picture-HA010355854.aspx
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please see:
http://office.microsoft.com/en-001/outlook-help/reduce-the-size-of-pictures-and-attachments-HA010355053.aspx

Create a new e-mail message in Outlook.
On the Insert tab, in the Include group, click Attach File.
 TIP    You can also drag and drop a picture from Windows Explorer. The picture file will be attached to the e-mail message.

In the message window, click the File tab.
Under Image Attachments, click Resize large images when I send this message.
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