how to create a html signature?


A

Anton

hi

I'm trying to create a html signature in outlook 2007, but it won't work...,
I've chosen html format on the email

I pasted some html into the signature, and it is rendered as text instead of
html. which means it just displays the html text instead of displaying the
rendered html...

I tryed this html:
<img src="link to image" alt="hello world">

any ideas?
 
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Roady [MVP]

If you already have the HTML-file of your signature, then you can simply
place the signature file in your Signatures folder;
Hold CTRL when clicking on the Signatures... button for easy access to the
Signatures folder.
Make sure you also create a txt and rtf version of your signature and place
it in that folder.
 
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A

Anton

okay I pasted the rendered html from a browser, that works, but...

the html contains an image stored on the internet. after I created the
signature I updated this image, but the update is not to be shown in the
signature in outlook (I can see the updated signature when I choose
signature in outlook, but not in the message)

any ideas?


Diane Poremsky said:
did you use the insert hyperlink button or just paste that into the
signature field? You can only paste rendered HTML, not code copied from
an editor.

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Anton said:
hi

I'm trying to create a html signature in outlook 2007, but it won't
work..., I've chosen html format on the email

I pasted some html into the signature, and it is rendered as text instead
of html. which means it just displays the html text instead of displaying
the rendered html...

I tryed this html:
<img src="link to image" alt="hello world">

any ideas?
 

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