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save word or excel in outlook 2010

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hi,

before I can open existing email and change my excel and word and save back to the email in outlook 2007, but after I upgrade to 2010 ,once I open a word or excel it will say this is read only , and if I click save, it will pop up a window ask me save to another location, how can I save and overwrite the original file in the email like before.

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