Outlook 2003 Signature font keeps changing!?

Posted on 2005-04-25
Last Modified: 2013-12-03
I have a signature set up in outllok 2003 the default font is Ariel, however the companies logo should be in Times New Roman. The signature worked initally and appers ok when I edit the HTML signature file, even when I view the file with no ammendments it's ok, but when I go to compose a new message it is wrong. The part that should be in times new roman is in ariel.

Any ideas?
Question by:gabiosz
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    Accepted Solution

    Hi gabiosz,
    usually it gets screwed up cause the default EMail editor is set to Word - edit the RAW HTML in notepad and the problem should go away


    Author Comment

    Well I created it in word and the HTML file views fine in a browser and in word. I think RAW editing in notepad is a little beyond me any other suggestions?

    Author Comment

    Any pointers?

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