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Images in Office 2007 documents

Compressing the images in a document will greatly reduce the file size, enabling the document to be downloaded quicker by users on the site.
 
First of all you will need to click on a picture in your document. The ‘Picture toolbar’ will now appear (see below).

Compressing images within the document

On the Picture toolbar, click the ‘Compress Pictures’ button (see above). You will then be shown the ‘Compress Pictures’ dialog box, Click on the 'Options' button (see below).

Clicking the 'Options' button to set compression options

 
You will now be asked to choose what resolution the images will be compressed to and if any cropped areas of the images are to be deleted (see below).

Selecting the compression settings for the images in the document

For maximum compression it is recommended that the images are compressed to the output resolution for emails (96ppi).
Once you’ve made your changes, click ‘OK’. All of the images will now be compressed.

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