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Outlook 2003 Signature problem

I cannot get my logo, a jpeg, to show in my signature in Outlook 2003. I have gone through a previous answer session and followed all the directions to no avail. I previously had Outlook 2002 and never had a problem with this. I saved the picture in the microsoft/signatures folder as that was the solution for another user according to your site. I have the "show pictures" enabled on my IE options as well.

What can I do??

I am very frustrated! Help!

Ray Hofman
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sunray_2003Commented:
You probably use this for pictures in signatures
http://www.slipstick.com/mail1/siggraphic.htm


SR
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slink9Commented:
I also had a hard time with it, but it finally did work properly.  You need to pay attention to whether you are using Word as the editor.  Try creating the signature without Word as the editor and then compose a new email without Word.
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bz3p19Commented:
Hi.

I followed the following steps (with Word as my default editor) to use a jpeg image:

1 - Tools -> Options -> Mail Format
2 - [Signatures]
3 - [New]
4 - Name=test
5 - [Next]
6 - [Advanced Edit]
7 - "This will launch an editor that is not part.....continue?" -> [Yes]
8 - Word opens, with a "Convert File" Dialogue box
9 - "HTML Document" -> [OK]
10 - Drag and drop your image into the document
11 - File -> Save
12 - [OK]


Let me know what doesn't appear on your side.

Jimme
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