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I want to create a signature in outlook express. Can anyone talk me through it?

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To add a signature to outgoing messages

On the Tools menu, click Options, and then click the Signatures tab.
To create a signature, click New and then either enter text in the Edit Signature box or click File, and then find the text or HTML file you'd like to use.
Select the Add signatures to all outgoing messages check box.

To use different signatures for different accounts, in the Signatures area, select the signature, click Advanced, and then select the account you want to use the signature with.
To use a signature on individual messages only, make sure to clear Add signatures to all outgoing messages. When you compose the message, on the Insert menu, point to Signatures, and then click the signature you want to use.

To use stationery with outgoing messages

With Outlook Express stationery, you can create attractive messages for both e-mail and newsgroups. Stationery is a template that can include a background image, unique text font colors, and custom margins.

To apply stationery to all your outgoing messages

On the Tools menu, click Options, and then click the Compose tab.
Under Stationery, select the Mail or News check box (or both), and then click Select.
To apply stationery to an individual message

On the Message menu, point to New Message Using, and then select a stationery style.
To apply or change stationery after you start a message

On the Format menu, point to Apply Stationery, and then select a stationery style.

You can only use stationery in messages that are sent in Rich Text (HTML) format. To make sure HTML formatting is turned on, on the Format menu in a new message window, click Rich Text (HTML). A black dot appears by the command when it is selected.

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