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From the menu bar, select Tools.
On the View tab, select Field codes.
You should see the path and name of
each graphic. Since Word isn't finding
some of the graphics, their paths must
have changed, or they might have been
deleted. You can try using Windows
Explorer to search for the graphics.
Scott Holstead asked:
> Stupid question, but I gotta ask: Does anyone know of a way
> to identify
> (via Properties or otherwise) the Word icon identifying
> where a picture was
> in a document? I'm working on inherited material, chock full
> of linked
> images. Unfortunately, about a quarter of the images are
> missing and I have
> no way of identifying what the image was so I can find a
> replacement. When
> I right-click on the icon, I do not see a Properties option.
> Any help would
> be appreciated. Thanks,