Signature set up in Word

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Word 2007
Can you set up a signature in Word like you can in Outlook? If so, how?

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I would say MS Word signature is basically your Header AND Footer.
-Insert
-Header and Footer
-Then type in your Signature or some sort of I.D

Configure once and it should appear on all current pages. (Print preview for overlook). may also require to reconfigure when creating new Doc Words.

otherwise here are some info that may help:

http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,1204832,00.asp

hope this help Regards Rakei

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  • gamaslyfinit
    How can you delete a page in microsoft wrd 2007

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  • TomLiotta
    It's not clear how "deleting a page" relates to this thread. Can you explain what t has to do with 'signatures'? If not, you should open your own question and explain your entire problem there. -- Tom
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