Instead of picture I see only a small embeded red cross

Dear Experts,
resently I pasted a small screenshot to an email message. The picture was shown. No problem. But when I wanted to past there a second screenshot I got the small red cross instead.
Looks like a space problem....if yes why and where to adjust?

thanks
Nils
Petersburg1Asked:
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David LeeCommented:
Greetings, Petersburg1.

I don't believe this is a space issue.  That small red X is a sign that Outlook couldn't find the image to display.  

Cheers!
war1Commented:
Greetings, Petersburg1 !

Are you viewing the email in Outlook or Outlook Express?  Make sure viewing image in Options menu is selected
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/843018

Red X means image is blocked. See if one of these methods to unblock image will help you
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/assistance/HP010859521033.aspx

Best wishes!
Petersburg1Author Commented:
Dear Experts,
I use Outlook 2003
thanks

Why Outlook does not find the image? First image I produced with ALT Prt Sc worked without any problem?....
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David LeeCommented:
> Why Outlook does not find the image?
How is it being referenced?  Right-click in the body of the message and select View Source.
war1Commented:
From the link that I posted above

1. Hide/Show all blocked images in the message

    * Click the InfoBar (InfoBar: Banner near the top of an open e-mail message, appointment, contact, or task. Tells you if a message has been replied to or forwarded, along with the online status of a contact who is using Instant Messaging, and so on.) at the top of the message, and then click Download Pictures.

Outlook Bar

Notes

    * If you want the message to show the images the next time you open the message, save the message.
    * To change the default so that Outlook doesn't block images in all messages, click Change Automatic Download Settings, and then clear the Don't download pictures or other content automatically in HTML e-mail check box.

2. Hide/Change the default so that Outlook doesn't block images in all messages

   1. On the Tools menu, click Options.
   2. Click the Security tab.
   3. Under Download Pictures, click Change Automatic Download Settings.
   4. Clear the Don't download pictures or other content automatically in HTML e-mail check box.

Note  In Outlook, picture attachments cannot be displayed in line in a message body the way they can in Outlook Express.
war1Commented:
Peterburg1, any update?
Petersburg1Author Commented:
Dear War1
First link you send is for Outlook Express. I'm using MS Outlook 2003. Second link concerns pictures which are send with an email I have received. In my case all this does not help...

However, thanks a lot for all your help.

No solution no points? That is also hard. What shall I do?

thanks
Nils
David LeeCommented:
I had asked an additional question that you haven't answered.  
war1Commented:
Nils, did you look at the second link that I posted?  It is for troubleshooting images in Outlook 2003

Red X means image is blocked. See if one of these methods to unblock image will help you
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/assistance/HP010859521033.aspx

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Petersburg1Author Commented:
Dear War1
yes I have check it, but it does not help...
thanks
Petersburg1Author Commented:
However, this is interesting info and I did not know it before...
thanks
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