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I can't get my signature to work! i want it in a different color and the only color and size i can get it in is blue and that small size and it is really annoying, i finally found out how to get a e-mail on it but HELP!!!!!!!! please!!!!!!

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Hi Molly, I wish I could help, but I haven't figured it out either.

Can someone who has figured it out please help us!! Thanks in advance.

And DETAILED instructions please. :huh:

God bless,

Mariann

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Hi Molly,

Type your signature the way you want it

Then highlight the section you want to add color to and click on the color of your choice

you can do each sentence a different color or size, just be sure to highlight it (click right mouse button and drag) and click to change the color or size

My suggestion, if you mess up with the color or size, totally redo it

I hope this makes sense to you..... let me know

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IT STILL DOESN'T WORK!@!!!!!!!! all i can get it to do is bold

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Molly,

I see your signature and how it's turning out... hmmmmmmm

Try to delete the whole thing, type it out again, highlight it and choose your color and size.... see if that works.

When you change it you should see something like SIZE7 inside brackets at the beginning of your signature and then SIZE inside brackets at the end of it

OR

COLOR=blue, purple (whatever you choose) and then COLOR at end inside brackets on all.

I hope this makes some sense

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Molly,

I think I've got it figured out. Try this:

Delete everything you have. Then click on the color you want and the size you want it. Type everything you want to have that color and size and when you are done, click on "close all tags". Does that make sense? Try it and let me know if it works for you.

You should be able to do this as many time as you want if you want different colors or sizes in the same signature.

Thank you Stacie! Once you told us how it should look, I was able to figure it out.

God bless,

Mariann

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Mariann:

I am glad you figured it out and your signature looks GREAT!!!!! I was hoping my instructions were easy to follow.....lol

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YAY ITT WORKS!!!!

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Your signature looks great Molly!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :DB)

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Are pictures not allowed in sigs?

If they are do we use the [img. . .one or the <img src=. . . one?

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