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From you question, you've probably seen the following page.
You'll be able to try the solutions provided by selecting the "HTML" icon ("Edit HTML Source") and editing the HTML source directly.
If the tips in that article don't fix it, maybe you could share your HTML? It's hard to diagnose without seeing the code, and there are about a gazillion and one things that Outlook can do to ruin formatting.
@Hitoshi - thanks for that article! I did try editing the HTML source but still encountered the same issue with each test send to Outlook 2010.
@Kate - certainly, here is the link with the HTML: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0BwKlik8uulcKS293RldwNFc1bGM/edit?usp=sharing
Hi Jacey, thanks for the HTML. I was looking through it, and the first thing I would recommend is setting height and width on your images, and the table cells that contain them. Sometimes if those elements aren't explicity stated Outlook will take certain "liberties" with them... Unfortunately I can't duplicate your issue to test--I'm running Outlook 11 on a Mac. Good luck!
@Kate - I've finally managed to fix this - as you suggested, I set height and width to every image and table cell and that helped in closing the gaps that Outlook was creating. Thanks for your help! :)