Email Signature Issue in Microsoft Outlook 2007

See the following link: http://www.petewinter.com/arml/leslie_walters_eshot.html

I basically want to set this up as an email signature in Microsoft Outlook.

When I install the email signatures I have two issues...

1) When I open a new email with the signature installed outlook automatically adds a line or two before the signature. Is there anyway to remove this so the signature automatically aligns with the top?
2) It removes the grey background. Is it possible to have a background colour?
petewinterAsked:
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StinkyPeteCommented:
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petewinterAuthor Commented:
Thanks for your reply, but that answer does not support outlook 2007?
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InderjeetjaggiCommented:
Step 1First, you have to open Microsoft Outlook. Then in Outlook, on the Tools menu, click Options.

Step 2Next you have to click the Mail Format tab. Then select Signatures.

Step 3Then the next step is in the Signature box, select the signature that you want to modify, and then click Edit.

Step 4Here's where all of the action is. Place the insertion point after the last character in the line.
Press DELETE, and then press SHIFT+ENTER.

Step 5Repeat Step 4 for each line of text.
When you have finished with all lines, click OK three times.

Send an email and view perfection.

Check if this helps
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petewinterAuthor Commented:
Thanks, but I found that info too and it didn't work for me. Any other idea's?
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StinkyPeteCommented:

Copy your signature *.html file to the following directory, but rename the extension to *.htm

For XP : Documents and Settnigs\User_name\Application Data\Microsoft\Stationery

For Vista : {systemdrive}:\Users\User_Name\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Stationery

Ensure that the path in the htm file for the background graphic is relevant and accessible when accessed


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petewinterAuthor Commented:
Thanks, but I think that must be the path when using Office 2003. Do you know what it is using Office 2007? Can't seem to find the folder?
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StinkyPeteCommented:


Some of the folders in the path as above are hidden from regular viewing in Windows Explorer.

If using Windows XP, in Windows Explorer go Tools > Folder Options > View {TAB} and select "Show hidden files and folders" as in the picture

Once you can see the folder path, follow my instructions above




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StinkyPeteCommented:

If you need greater bandwidth for this server, you can 'team' the NIC's (providing that the switch can accommodate this)

From what you have said, it is no justification for configuring your server that way.

What do you want to achieve, or from what are you thinking you can guard against?
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StinkyPeteCommented:
Moderators: Please remove my previous comment (No. 28695555), this was for another question (I am Having problems with the beta interface by the look of it) Thanks
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petewinterAuthor Commented:
Many Thanks
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