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Microsoft Office Outlook error below when I compose an email in outlook 2007

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Hi Experts,

  I'm getting this error message when I open outlook and compose an email. I click on YES two times and then it goes away but comes back if I close outlook and open it back up.

Some of the files in this Web page aren't in the expected location. Do you want to download them anyway? If you're sure the Web page is from a trusted source, click yes.

how can I get this error to go away? \
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Question by:frankbustos
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by:BigBadWolf_000
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Right-click the folder that displays when you start Outlook. Right-Click o folder select Properties, then select the Home Page tab. Clear the box for "Show homepage by defautl...."  
That will turn off the web page that Outlook is trying to display.
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by:frankbustos
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hmm i did this and all the boxes are clear? i checked every single folder and pst.
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Do you have a signature that has an image points to external links or local PC. If yes(or no), delete all your signatues and try...

If error still shows...
In Outlook -> Tools -> Trust Center:> Automatic Download.
allow auto image download

Try creating a new signature, copy and paste the image that you want from the original signature, save it and use it.  See if the error goes away
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by:frankbustos
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THANKS, THIS CLEARED THE ERROR.
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