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MS Word and Outlook 2010

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I have user that has somehow messed up their MS Word settings to the point where "send as attachment" doesn't work properly anymore.  From MS Word, she chooses file tab, "Save & Send" and "Send as Attachment". Normally, this shows up as an attachment to an email.   When they do this, the contents of the file are placed into body of the email.  Not the file object, but the contents  !!   This only affects MS word, when they attempt the same with MS Excel, it behaves properly.
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Scott Thompson earned 500 total points
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Take a look at this and see if anything applies.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2149769

I have seen as stated on their support page where an older version of Outlook will cause issues also.
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Thanks Scott, I used the registry fixed suggested from the link and we resolved the user's problem.
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