Underscore thing in email outlook 2007 signature

Have you ever recieved an email where it has a disclaimer at the bottom saying you can't use this email or whatever with out the senders permission. Or just some variation like that. However, before that disclaimer they have this long line that covers the disclaimer perfectly.

I am using outlook 2007 and i wanted to know how to create such a long line in my signature.

Any ideas? I know it should be simple but i just can't seem to figure it out right now

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Chris BottomleySoftware Quality Lead EngineerCommented:
Do you mean :

Type three of:
 hyphens OR equals OR underlines OR asterisks OR HAsh OR tildes

Which gives you a full width line?

Adam RayCommented:
By long line do you mean a single line of text that doesn't wrap automatically onto multiple lines, based on the size of the window?

If so you could try editing the html source of your signature and putting the line of text in a <pre>Text goes here.</pre> tag.
checkmofoshodunoAuthor Commented:
i figured it out. I had to create a html file and then open it in my browser and then copy and paste the line that i was looking to create from the browser into my signature directly and it worked.


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Chris BottomleySoftware Quality Lead EngineerCommented:
Never thought about HTML format ... well done in working it out for yourself - always more satisfying.

The way you have created the HTML signature is the only way of designing HTML Signature in HTML. You should save the signature for further use.
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