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Missing signature in Outlook 2003

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Signatures are created.  After a short period of time, they disappear.
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war1 earned 1500 total points
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Hello CSCPBC,

Go to the folder where signatures are stored, and check if signature is there. C:\Documents and Settings\\Application Data\Microsoft\Signatures.  The folder is hidden, so you have to unhide hidden folders and files.

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The application data folder is not hidden, however, I did unhide files and folders in folder options.
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