Picture Not displaying in Outlook 2010

In outlook 2010 pictures are not being displayed and are being replaced by a blank placeholder. I have unchecked the check box to allow downloading of pictures to all emails, unchecked the option to reduce file size by removing formatting and I have checked to see if Word 2010 was set to display place holders instead of pictures which it was not.
Windows 7 64bit
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Please review the Microsoft Support article below for this issue (multiple versions of Outlook I think).  Try running the FixIT and then review the manual steps that follow if necessary.

mjbeginAuthor Commented:
I had already run the fix it. I did just verify the path and it did have a in correct path, however outlook still shows a blank place holder. There are no red x place holders.
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Try the following:

1. Try a Full Repair of Office. Control Panel, Programs and Features, click on Office, and then Repair. Allow to complete, close out, restart and test.

2. If no, set up a new, test Windows User Account (profile). Test Outlook in the new account. Does this change Outlook behaviour?  If so, you could have a damaged Windows account.

3. If not, try uninstalling Office completely, then restart and then installing again.

Please let us know.

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if this happened recently, do a system restore to a date it was  o k- and watch out for installed software and updates
mjbeginAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the solution. The problem was the profile.
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
@mjbegin  - Thanks for the update and I was happy to help.
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