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Insert picture from sharepoint disabled in editor field

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 09, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
Hi, When I create an announcement list, the body is a" multiple lines of text" field with then enchanded rich text editor mode enabled. When I add a new item, I can open the tab insert and click on picture. There I get 3 options: from computer / from address / from sharepoint The option "from sharepoint" is disabled (grayed out). I looked on the forum here and google, and all I could find was that the SharePoint Server Publishing should be enabled, but that is already the case on my site, and still the option is disabled. I tried with a custom list, but it gives the same problem. When I add a content editor web part on one of my pages, the option to insert a picture from sharepoint is enabled. So it's only happening when trying this inside a listitem. How can I browse for a picture inside SharePoint from the editor inside a listitem ?

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