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Funny symbol found on my email signature in Outlook

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While replying to Rich Text emails, I get this funny symbol on my signature.  ï»¿  .  anyone know why this is happening?

I'm using Outlook Pro 2003 and HTML
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>>I'm using Outlook Pro 2003 and HTML

You are not using HTML when you reply to RTF emails

I expect something is screwy in the signature, so have a look manually;

c:\docs and settings\username\application data\microsoft\signatures

edit the .rtf one - preferrably with wordpad or something cleaner than word

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