Print Preview multiple picture attachments in outlook 2010

Greetings Experts,

I would like to print Preview multiple jpeg attachments from Outlook 2010.  We used to be able to do it with outlook 2003.

So say someone sends you an e-mail with 5 photos.  I would like to be able to highlight them all, then use the quick menu to hit print preview.  This way I can get all 5 photos on the same page, than print them.

this is for Proofing the pictures and being able to see them all on the same page.  If I right click and save each one, I can then open them all in print preview, but we want to be able to take the save step out.  Can this be done?  

Thanks for your efforts.  
My best-
Kacey FernSystem EngineerAsked:
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Michael DyerSenior Systems Support AnalystCommented:
Sorry, but that is not possible.

You can save all the attachments from a message to a temp folder on local drive and then open them in Windows Explorer.

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Shweta GoelCommented:

May be this proves helpful for you. Just click on the Attachments will prints to default only. And if you don’t want to take print write now and you can select Preview option.

Due to these settings, if email has an attachments then it will be opened in its default program.

Kacey FernSystem EngineerAuthor Commented:
Guess your right.  To bad they took  this feature out.
thanks for the confirmation.

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