Outlook 2013 Display Issue

I have a user who was recently upgraded to Office 2013 and cannot see the mail, calendar, and People icons in the lower left hand corner.  Additonally the scroll bar is translucent, user can see portions of desktop.  User is running Windows 7 operationg system.  I have disabled graphics acceleration and restarted Outlook this did not resolve the issue.  I have created a new profile to no avail.  User is launching Outlook 2013 in safe mode in order to work.
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apache09Commented:
Id first try closing outlook and reopen using
Start>Run>Outlook.exe /cleanviews

this should reset outlook default factory views

If this doesn't work, and outlook only functions correctly in using safe mode
this is usually an indicator that an add in is affecting outlooks functionality

Close outlook and go into the registry at:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\Outlook\Addins

Look at the add ins listed
Note all their details and their load behaviour
Now set them ALL to 0

Restart outlook
Is it working like expected?
If so, we know its one of those add ins

Close outlook
Go back to registry
Re-enable 1 of the addins to their previous setting
Now test outlook

Is it still working?
If so, close again and re-enable the next add in
Open outlook and test again

Continue the process until you re-enable the Add-in that causing the issue in Outlook
Once you have been able to determine the add in causing the issue
you can choose to leave it disabled
Unisntall the add in
Or look to the vendor for an 2013 udate

see how you get on
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Md. MojahidCommented:
Try to open Outlook in clean view mode

Close Outlook.
·         Press Windows key + R to open Run window.
·         In Run window, type outlook /cleanviews
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pgm554Commented:
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