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Why doesn't Word 2007 insert scanned TIF files, or DOCX files?

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Old July 17th 07, 04:38 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.docmanagement
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Default Why doesn't Word 2007 insert scanned TIF files, or DOCX files?

Word 2003 did this just fine-- insert a picture from file. Word 2007 says
that there is an error when attempting to do this (no description, just
"...encountered an error inserting (filename and path)").

Related: Why do PDF inserts come out grainy (highly pixelated) and

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