Saving Images in MS Outlook 2010

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I am having a problem with Outlook 2010 and it is really annoying. After opening the email I want to save the images from the email. For this purpose when I right click on an image, one graphic image is coming between the toolbar and message.

It looks like some kind of progress bar. Also, an image which is like a red gradient is moving from left to right in the window. There is no way to find out whether the  images are downloaded or not.

A save dialog box appearing will be very useful, but there is none. I don’t know what those images are for. If anyone knows how to solve this, please help me. Thanks for everything.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #100877

Saving Images in MS Outlook 2010

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I know from experience how this is quite annoying, the way to go about it is not hard. I am not sure if you have visual basic editor.

Ensure you have an installation of visual basic editor to be able to do this correctly, you can check if it is installed on the options tab. Then create a macro then create a button for the macro. Then use the macro to save all pictures in their original forms, this are pictures that are embedded.

You can also use the picture attachment wizard if you are looking for an advanced method.

Answered By 0 points N/A #100878

Saving Images in MS Outlook 2010

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To solve this issue you need to follow those following steps which is given in below.

1. Open MS Outlook and click on File.

2. Then click on options.

3. Then select the tab named Trust Center which is located at left.

4. Open Trust Center settings and select automatic download from this.

5. Now unchecked the first option from check box.

6. Then click ok and close the outlook window.

Hope this will help you to solve your problem.

Thanks

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