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I usually copy and repaste the graphics as something smaller than what they
are, but I don't remember which format I prefer. That usually reduces the
filesize. You might also want to see if you have any macros stored with the
document that could be taking up more space than necessary, since the
document is from an older version of Word.
> From: Jelus, Susan
> Hello everyone.
> We have a problem with a bloated MS Word 2003 file. We have tried all
> the standard tricks, such as deleting the last paragraph symbol and
> copying everything into a new Word file. The documentation
> has about 40
> screen captures in it. But is at least 4 times the size of other,
> similar files. The template was created with an earlier
> version of Word.
> Does anyone have any ideas about how we might discover and fix the
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