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I have been trying to get a stable format for my signature block. I am using Outlook 2003. I have read several posts here and been able to get a decent signature for the first new email I begin. But each subsequent one is bad -- the font has changed and the text is justified across the whole width of the email, not left justified as it was to begin with. Any suggestions?
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Make sure its in Rich Text HTML, not plain text.
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Thanks, it seems that if I set the email format to HTML the signature is okay, even for the subsequent messages.
It doesn't work for Rich Text though -- the subsequent email signatures are messed up. But I'm happy to leave the format as HTML (I think -- I don't really know what the implications of that might be in other areas).
Anyway, thanks for the suggestion.
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