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Did you get it to work with Yahoo, it should work if you send from comcast
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If I send the message from Comcast with animations attached to it, I only have to open the file and copy it to paste it into my signature, so it worked just as we thought . . . well, you thought of it first. I haven't tried sending it from one Yahoo account to another yet though.

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Actually, I spoke too fast. When I clicked on the animation to open it, it opens as an animation. When I copied it from the email and attached it to my signature, it was animated, but when I checked the email, it wasn't there, just a box with some symbols in the upper left hand corner of the box.

I've been trying to do this for about 5 years now and since I know more about computers now than I did 5 years ago, I thought I'd have a go at it again. I don't understand why it doesn't work when the directions that are given are followed. It's a mind boggler.

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Edited by Denisejm, 10 July 2007 - 10:26 PM.

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Hi Keith,

I found the way it'll work. Maybe you meant this all along but I didn't see it.

I have the animations saved to a folder in my hdd. I uploaded them to an email body using Comcast and I sent them my Yahoo email. I copied the animation and pasted it to my signature block and sent myself an email and it had the animation in it.

It just took 5 hours and I'll be late for work tomorrow because it's almost 1 am here. . . :whistling:

Thanks again Keith. Your help was much appreciated.

Denise
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It was almost 6 am here :whistling:

Glad it works now

Thank You for letting me know
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