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When trying to edit a large file with many pictures and embedded word, Excell
file, How can I find out who is the major contributor to the size of the file?
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Default my file is too big. Which embedded element is to blame?

Assuming a Word 2007 file (docx), you could change the extension to zip and
check out the different files in the zip package.

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In addition to Yves' comments, to find the sizes of images within the file,
save the file as a "Webpage, HTM, HTML". This will produce a new folder (in
the current folder locations, which will show all the images and their
respective file size.
Hope this helps
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