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Email Signature Problem In Outlook 2013

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I have an email signature that I created for use in  outlook express. it is basically an html
file with the text file, and logo in a folder called signature. I OE, I then browse from folder
and select html and it puts the signature in. How do I replicate this in Outlook 2013 as I
can't seem to find the same option.

Thanks
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C:\Users\<USERNAME>\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Signatures
is where Outlook 20XX signatures go

If you want to try simply putting your signature files in that folder first, it may work. Never tried this so your results may not be very good.

Preferred method is to open an email in Express and copy the signature to the clipboard and then paste it into the Outlook Signature screen. You get to this screen by clicking on File --> Options --> Mail --> Signatures. Create a new signature and then paste your former signature into the editor area below. Be certain to set the default signature on the upper right before you click OK.
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Copied and pasted into the signature box. Now looks ok. Thanks
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