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"Howard Kaikow" <com> wrote in message news hx.gbl...> Is there a way to tell Outlook where to save signatures?  Assuming you are using Outlook XP and your signature is htm or html? So my advice would be if it is a htm or html signature move the signature manually into ...

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    Re: Outlook Signatures

    "Howard Kaikow" <com> wrote in message
    newshx.gbl...> Is there a way to tell
    Outlook where to save signatures? 
    Assuming you are using Outlook XP and your signature is htm or html? So my
    advice would be if it is a htm or html signature move the signature manually
    into the folder you want to use. Then go into outlook, Tools menu, options.
    Mail format tab then click on signatures. Do a new one, click use this file
    as template then browse to where the htm file is. This will then save to
    the place you requested.

    Regards
    Karen

    --


    Karen
  2. #2

    Outlook Signatures

    Is there a way to tell Outlook where to save signatures?

    The default, on my system, is:

    G:\Doents and Settings\Howard Kaikow\Application
    Data\Microsoft\Signatures

    Is there any way to specify the directory to be used?

    --
    http://www.standards.com/; See Howard Kaikow's web site.


    Howard
  3. #3

    Re: Outlook Signatures

    What version of Outlook are you using?

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    "Howard Kaikow" <com> wrote in message
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    to 


    Karen
  4. #4

    Re: Outlook Signatures

    I tried the suggestion below.

    1, When I browse to the location, Outlook only allows .txt files to be
    selected as a template.
    2, Outlook does not save the signature in the directory I choose, still uses
    its default directory.

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    http://www.standards.com/; See Howard Kaikow's web site.
    "Karen Morris" <com> wrote in message
    news:bicsvu$7v7c4$news.uni-berlin.de... 
    my 
    manually 
    options. 
    file 


    Howard
  5. #5

    Outlook Signatures

    Is there a method for distributing Outlook Signatures to other users? In that I have a number of Outlook Signatures that I would like to distribute to some other users.

    Thanks
    Walter
  6. #6

    outlook signatures

    Hy guys
    I seem to have lost the ability to manually insert signatures in my outlook messages
    I have several signatures defined, which I can read, edit… under new message – options – e-mail signature, but I am unable to manually insert any of them in my messages
    In the Insert menu I have no Signature line, although I remember that I used to insert signatures in such manner some time ago
    I would also like to be able to create a button for this but, again I cannot find Insert Signature when following the regular procedure
    Could smb help please?
    Many thank
    Flor

    Flory
  7. #7

    Re: outlook signatures

    The behaviour you described is when you have Outlook as e-mail editor. You
    now have Word as your e-mail editor. You can change this in Tools->
    Options-> tab Mail Format.

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    "Flory" <astral.ro> wrote in message
    news:com... 
    outlook messages! 
    message - options - e-mail signature, but I am unable to manually insert any
    of them in my messages. 
    used to insert signatures in such manner some time ago. 
    cannot find Insert Signature when following the regular procedure. 


    Roady
  8. #8

    Re: outlook signatures

    In addition to what Roady said, if you want to be able to insert a signature
    into a WordMail message manually, you can to create an AutoText entry for
    each signature. You can then insert them with the Insert | AutoText command.

    Or, create multiple signatures the normal way and make one the default. If
    you want to use a different signature for the current message, right-click
    the signature that Outlook inserted automatically. From the pop-up menu,
    select either the name of the signature you want to use or E-mail Signature
    to create a new one.

    --
    Sue Mosher, Outlook MVP
    Author of
    Microsoft Outlook Programming - Jumpstart for
    Administrators, Power Users, and Developers
    http://www.outlookcode.com/jumpstart.aspx


    "Flory" <astral.ro> wrote in message
    news:com... 
    outlook messages! 
    message - options - e-mail signature, but I am unable to manually insert any
    of them in my messages. 
    used to insert signatures in such manner some time ago. 
    cannot find Insert Signature when following the regular procedure. 


    Sue
  9. #9

    Re: outlook signatures

    And to continue the additions...
    You can also create an empty (couple of spaces, an ENTER or a simple DOT)
    signature as the default signature.

    Auto Text is what our customer service is using as well as they also use
    standard bodies for answers. When you customize the Toolbar you can create
    buttoms and menus as well so you can organise it the way you want it.

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    "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <com> wrote in message
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    signature 
    command. 
    Signature 
    any 


    Roady

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