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Signatures within Outlook 2003

Hi,
I would like to use multiple signatures within Outlook 2003, i.e open up a new message > and select one of the signatures i previously set - up (in Tools > Options > Mail Format > Signatures.  I can selted a default signature to appear and have the signature on for forwarding/replying etc...
I know in Outlook 2000 you could open up a new mail > click insert > signature, but this option seems to of disappeared.
Any ideas??

Thanks

James
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sunray_2003Commented:
James,

If you have Microsoft word 2003 as the default email editor for Outlook then you wont find those choices going to insert --> signature.
So go to tools --> options --> mail format
and uncheck "Use microsoft word to edit email messages"
press OK and now check while composing new emails ..
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sunray_2003Commented:
Thank you

SR
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scherleyCommented:
If you use Word 2003 as editor and already have a signature automatically inserted, you may right click on it to select another existing one!
Regards, Yves.
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scherleyCommented:
If you use Word 2003 as editor, there is no need to disable Word to change the signature settings, within Word 2003 and you new email go through:
Options / General / Email Options/Email Signature.
Regards, Yves.
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jboyneCommented:
Yes, but if you use Word 2003 as the editor you cannot switch signatures (as you should be able to) using Insert->Auto Text -> Signature.  Instead of showing the signature names, they're just blank.  Any ideas?

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