Outlook 2007 Says Email Not Sent

I have a user that is working in programs like Excel, Word, and Acrobat and she is clicking the button to attach the file to email.  It opens up Outlook and she hits "Send" but the email remains on her screen and it says that the email has not been sent.  This, however, is untrue because it appears in her sent folder and testing by sending it to herself it arrives in her inbox.  If she attaches a file that is not currently open, the email sends and the email compose goes away.  Any ideas on a fix?
aclaus225Asked:
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
I suggest you do a Repair of Office from Control Panel, Programs and Features as the first step.

If that does not work, try repairing the user's mail file (SCANPST.EXE) if POP3 email. If Exchange, delete the user's email profile and make a new email profile.

If that does not work, set up a new, test Windows User Profile (Account) and try Outlook in the new Windows Account.

Please let us know.
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
@aclaus225 - Thank you and I was very happy to help.
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