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how to increase picture size of signature in outlook 2010
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mmm... just add a larger picture. i didn't see any limit for file size on my OLK2K10, do you?
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techp--
If you mean how to increase the size of the signature in an existing signature file copy it into a graphics editor (like Paint or Irfanview) and increase the size in there.  Then Save As and use it to replace the existing signature in Outlook.
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techp----
I wonder what I could have written that would have earned an Excellent rating from you.
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