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inserting a tag at bottom of email

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Hello,
I notice some people at work send an email- not only with their signature- but also name-title-telephone, hyperlink,etc at bottom of email
seperated by | marks
How is this done?
(windows outlook 2007)
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Tools, Options, Mail Format tab, Signatures button.  From there, just create a new signature and type in what you want.

To get a hyperlink to work, highlight text, press CTRL-K, and fill in where the hyperlink shoudl point.
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