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E-mail Signature becomes double spaced on MS outlook 2003, how do I prevent this?

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Good Day Experts,

Sometimes when we send e-mails the e-mail signature becomes formatted with double spacing but, that is not how the signature is formatted within Tools/Options/Mail Format/ Signatures.  Does anyone know how this happens and how to stop it?  Again this in on Outlook 2003 of the MS 2003 office suite and the OS is WinXP SP2.

Many Thanks,

Ellsworth
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Greetings, ellsworth2000 !

The extra line spacing is caused by the interactions between Outlook and your editing application, such as Microsoft Office Word or Microsoft Office PowerPoint.  Here are some ways to remove double spacing:

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/assistance/HA011189141033.aspx

Best wishes!
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Many Thanks War1!!!

Ells
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