why wont signatures created in Publisher show up

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I created a signature in Publisher and saved it as a .jpeg file, another as a
html file, another in word, and another in word using a table (the one I
liked the least).
The only one that shows up in my signature preview window (and in my email
messages) is the one created as a table. Why don't the others show up and how
can I get them to?
(They all have a text box, picture in a picture box, saved logo in a picture
box and hyperlink to text. I've grouped the items together and placed a
border around the outside.)
 
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The date and time was Tuesday, April 21, 2009 10:20:00 PM, and on a
whim, Laurie S pounded out on the keyboard:

> I created a signature in Publisher and saved it as a .jpeg file, another as a
> html file, another in word, and another in word using a table (the one I
> liked the least).
> The only one that shows up in my signature preview window (and in my email
> messages) is the one created as a table. Why don't the others show up and how
> can I get them to?
> (They all have a text box, picture in a picture box, saved logo in a picture
> box and hyperlink to text. I've grouped the items together and placed a
> border around the outside.)


Hi Laurie,

How are you inserting these? Using a JPG graphic won't allow the links
to be active. The HTML bloat by Publisher/Word isn't something you
would want to add to an email. Just your sig file alone could wind up
being larger than your message.

Creating a sig with an image can be done:
http://email.about.com/od/outlooktips/qt/et081706.htm

Send me an email with the info you want and I'll hand code it in a very
clean HTML file that will probably only a few hundred bytes. If you're
using OL2003, you can insert the code I send you using the Advanced Edit
button within the Edit button of Create Signature.

If you have an image you want to display from the code I write, you
would post the on an accessible web site. Your company may have a
website where images could be uploaded, or your personal ISP may assign
you disk space and a URL that you can store them on. That way the image
doesn't add to the overall size of each message you write.

Terry R.
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