Choosing an Outlook 2003 signature

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Have a user using Outlook 2003 on WinXP Pro. User is set up with a signature that is preset as her default when she opens a new email. She use to be able to go to Insert where she would have a Signature option and when she would place her cursor over it, she could choose different options of additional signatures to Insert and it would just add it above her current one. The option is missing and I wanted to see if anyone knows of a way to make this work again. Thank you

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I am using Office 2008 on a Mac. The Signature option is under Tools. One can set up a number of signatures with one marked as default. To change just go to Signature field & select the preferred one.
If I remember correctly, the same option is available in Office 2003. Look under Tools.

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  • Littlejuanito7
    The use is missing the Signature option under Tools. Was wondering if there was a way to have it come up again.
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