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I prefer to embed images and files rather than link to them, and it would be nice if Publisher could remember this (I've forgotten to change it once or twice already). 

Thanks guys!

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If you create your own Preset that's one of the settings that the Preset will remember, @Abernethy.

  1. Choose your base preset in the File > New dialog.
  2. Change the Image Placement Policy.
  3. Click the hamburger menu next to the Page Preset dropdown box.
  4. Choose Create Preset, and name your preset.

The next time you create a document, change Type from Print to Presets. Publisher should fill in the last one you used, but if not you can choose it from the Preset dropdown.

It would be even nicer if Publisher would default to the last document type you used (Print, Presets, ...) which would eliminate the need to change to Presets. But this should give you all the settings you need.

-- Walt

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