Outlook 2003 find by "has attachment"

Handvprice

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I may be being an idiot, but I can't find how to do an "Advanced Find" that includes a field like the "Has attachment" in later versions of outlook. I see an option under "More choices", but not under "Advanced find" (which is needed for a mildly complex set of find fields. What am I missing? TY. (And yeah, I know 2003 is old, but we're of the "If it ain't broke, don't fix it" school)
 
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