Microsoft Word 2010 Document Shouldn't Be so Large

I have a MS Word Document that has 18 pages and a few images. The size in it's properties say the document is 62 MB but that seems too much.

Is there anyway I can determine if there is some type of issue with the document if I think the size it says it is, is incorrect?
Lord_DragonAsked:
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Stef95Commented:
Hi

You need to see what size the images are, regardless of how many pages it depends on the sizing of the images.

Where are these images coming from?

A thing to also check is if you right click on the images and save as picture, save them to like your desktop, right click on the image and see the size of each image and you can determine if it is correct

Hope this helps

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MontoyaProcess Improvement MgrCommented:
quick fix..

copy the text and paste it into notepad.
close the word document. close word.
Open word. Create a new document.
Copy the contents from Notepad and paste them into Word.
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Randy PooleCommented:
You can also select a picture in the document and under format-adjust select compress pictures to minimize their size.
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MontoyaProcess Improvement MgrCommented:
if you want to resize your images, you can use irfanview and significantly reduce the image sizes
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Mike SchultzLevel 2 Desktop SupportCommented:
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Lord_DragonAuthor Commented:
Awesome!! Thank you.
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