Copying an HTML email signature

hi, someone sent me an email with a cool html signature i'd like to use, i tried copying the source but it didn't come out anything like in the email. Is there a trick to doing this?

I can post the code if needed, i'll just need to swap the contact info.

Thanks
xeniumAsked:
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Yasin ErdoganIntegration Engineer and Software Development EngineerCommented:
Which client are you using for e-mail?
Code and preview will be better for complete solution.
Tahir QureshiSystem AnalystCommented:
you can copy the code into word > change whatever you like > copy and Paste  it will work

if you can provide code and preview it will be better to accomplish your signature

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Shaun VermaakTechnical SpecialistCommented:
Share the code here so we can here
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xeniumAuthor Commented:
hi there, I'm using gmail.  See attached code. In gmail this shows as font Calibri size 11.

I've now found that I can copy-paste the signature into my settings in gmail and then edit, but it's a little buggy (formatting not working well). Probably I can instead edit elsewhere and then copy paste. If that works then coding in html wouldn't be needed.

Thanks again
sig.html
Tahir QureshiSystem AnalystCommented:
What section do you want to edit? I will do it for you
xeniumAuthor Commented:
Sorry i realise now that since signature input to gmail is via copy-paste of formatted text, a coded solution may not be relevant here.

Probably choosing an editor that works is all that's needed.
Yasin ErdoganIntegration Engineer and Software Development EngineerCommented:
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