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I have converted a DOCX file to HTML using Microsoft Word 2010, now I want to do the opposite, that is, convert this HTML back to DOCX. But Microsoft Word doesn't include all the pictures in the DOCX file; it only links them to the folder containing these pictures, therefore the size of the new DOCX file is very small.

How can I fix this?

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There is no way that is built into MS Word that can fix this. If you want it done, you will have to look for other tools that can help you, or you can do it manually.

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