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Why does my PHOTO not appear in my signature?

Posted on 2006-11-07
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I've created a new signature in Outlook using the "advanced" button which opens Word as the editing program.  I can get everything to look super, including a picture of me, but it does not "keep" when I go and save it back to Outlook.   What am I doing wrong?
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Question by:JayMulkey
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Frankco earned 75 total points
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Hi JayMulkey,

Click on Tools ~ Options ~ Mail Format. Is compose in this message format set to HTML? If not change it to HTML.

If that checks out:

Where is the image stored? What kind of image is it, jpg, tiff ....?

Right click in the body of a new email that does and doesn't have the image. Can you compare the path to the image?
Look for <img src=  and note the path.

cheers,
frankco
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Try plaxo.com

It can create an e-mail signature with photo's etc
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