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Error in display logo in signature of outlook 2003

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by MrGORGO, Jul 17, 2007.

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  1. MrGORGO

    MrGORGO Thread Starter

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    hi all,

    i want to add the logo of my company to outlook signature using advanced edit feature that will launch the word htm editor. when i save the sig.htm file, error appeared "The signature C:\documents and settings\current user\application data\Microsoft\signatures\sig.htm could not be located. The signature may have been removed." dispite that the sig.htm exists under this location.

    When i create a new email the logo of signature is shows up as red x and it cannot be displayed.

    Can any one help me please, its a top urgent case.

    Thank you
     
  2. tecknomage

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    What version of MS Office (Outlook) are you running?

    My Office 2003, Outlook Signature Advanced Edit brings up WordPad (RTF format) editor.
     
  3. MrGORGO

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    My office is 2002 but the outlook is upgrated to outlook 2003, and when clicking on advanced edit the microsoft word is the editor (it saves as htm file).
     
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