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i am using outlook 2003. i would like to use the marquee in the signature. i went advanced edit, i used the word2003 as a editor but still i couldn't do that. could you assist me please?
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Question by:suresh_24cute
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Hi Suresh,

You will need to go to your signature folder first.  Do this by going to c:\Documents and Settings\**USER**\Application Data\Microsoft\Signatures.

In this folder, right click the signature that you would like to add the marquee into.  Click open with Notepad.

Select the position of where you would like the marquee to be, and place the text between the HTML tags.  See below for example.

<marquee>Your Text Goes Between These Tags</marquee>

Hope this helps!

Cheers,

Dave
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