Outlook 2007 /2010 Stationery

Hi there

I have created an Outlook template using HTML but I have a couple of problems that may be the same thing:-

1 when I try to use the tab key in the body of the text the cursor is moved to another cell of the template.

2 when I try to insert a signature the signature is placed after the end of the template

I think I may have over complicated the table structure but am a novice with HTML

Any help would be appreciated
StationeryEE.htm
Rob_SmukerAsked:
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KimputerCommented:
I don't see the need for tables in the html file (also reason why tab reacts that way and sig ends up there). Here it is cleaned up a bit.
StationeryEE.htm
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Rob_SmukerAuthor Commented:
That's looking good I will just check it over.
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Rob_SmukerAuthor Commented:
I have 4 images at the base of the template can I add a small space between each of them?
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KimputerCommented:
Find the line and edit:

<img src="image1.jpg">&nbsp;&nbsp;<img src="image2jpg">&nbsp;&nbsp;<img src="image3.jpg">&nbsp;&nbsp;<img src="image4.jpg">

add more &nbsp; for more space between the pics.
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Rob_SmukerAuthor Commented:
great solution many thanks
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