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Is there a way to Rename a Signature in Outlook?

Posted on 2006-10-23
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Hi,

My client's signature is currently called "Untitled." Is there a way to change that name, or does she have to remove this signature and create a whole new one? I can't find any option for renaming it.

Thanks.

Kara
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Hi wickster1965,

Go to > C:\Documents and Settings\USERNAME\Application Data\Microsoft\Signatures

You can rename the 3 corresponding files there (.rtf, .txt and .html)

Make sure there are they same name

Hope that helps,

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Whoops, I noticed that was addressed to the wrong name :)

Sorry about that, and thanks for the A grade!

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No Problem. Thanks for the help! I'll try it when I see the client next time.

Kara
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