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    Embed Signature (Office 2003 SP2)

    How can you embed a jpg or bmp [handwritten] signature in an Outlook e-mail message such that it becomes part of the stationary and cannot be manipulated by the receiving party? Simple bmp or jepg files also may get bounced or deleted by some e-mail systems.

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    Re: Embed Signature (Office 2003 SP2)

    What kind of 'manipulation' are you wishing to prevent? Once the email is in someone else's computer, there's not a lot you can do to prevent them playing around with any attached or embedded graphic to their hearts content.

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    Re: Embed Signature (Office 2003 SP2)

    Oops - just got back to this message. Thanks for your post. I was hoping there was some smart way to embed a signature a la Adobe Acrobat (as part of the stationary - not simply a .bmp , ,jpg or .gif file) such that it could not be electronically copied. I know that seems to be a leap of faith as my guess is anything can be copied and cleaned up to look like the real thing. Having the ability to produce a stationary with a build in (hand written) signature would be a good first step.

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