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Posted on 2004-08-16
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Hi,

We have a new stationary setup within outlook XP and within the stationary the font of the signature is white. Upon someone replying to a message that has this stationary. Thier font is white and they need to reset the font to black before/after typing.....

Is there a way around this as they have opted to disable the stationary and it fits the website colour scheme which is why I would like to resolve this.

Please ask for more specific info to help solve this....thanks.

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Question by:linkinnovations
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Yes.  Change your signature to use a black font.  You have no control over the receiver's Outlook setup so you have to accomodate as many different situations as possible.  Other than this, I don't believe there is a way to get around it.

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Try placing one black period (.) as the last character in your signature.
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