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    Inconsistent Signature Format when Replying (2002 SP-2)

    When replying to messages, sometimes my signature keeps its formatting and other times it just comes up in widely spaced plain text. I use Word 2002 as my email editor. Can anyone help with this please? Thank you.

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    Re: Inconsistent Signature Format when Replying (2002 SP-2)

    It all depends on who you send it to and how you send it. If you send it through the office suites then the signiture may not appear at all. If you reply to an email that was plain text your signature will be plain text.

    I hope this helps

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    Re: Inconsistent Signature Format when Replying (2002 SP-2)

    When you create a signature, Outlook actually creates three files - one each for HTML, RTF, Plain text. So the format of the email you send will determine the signature used. When you reply or forward an email, Outlook automatically uses the same format as the original message. So - you are replying to a plain text message so you are sending a plain text signature.

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    Re: Inconsistent Signature Format when Replying (2002 SP-2)

    <img src=/S/bingo.gif border=0 alt=bingo width=15 height=22> That explians that, I was curious but never enough to ask.

    Now the subject has been raised, is there a way to have a "Reply to" message default to my preference, instead of the format in the original message?
    Granville

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