Anton - I think we're just not understanding some of the description you've
used in your posting . . . . .
1 - What do you mean by, "when I compose a mail the bitmap doesn't go down
with the text" - what does 'goes down' mean ???
2 - And this whole sentence is unclear exactly, "The HTML-text scrolls
nicely down when I compose a mail but it KEEPS typing in dull times New
Roman 12." - What do you mean the HTML text 'scrolls down nicely' . . . but
it 'keeps typing' in dull TNR-12 ??? I you are composing, typing the body
of your message, and you are using the desired Calibri 12 font (working
nicely) what is scrolling and continuing to type in TNR-12?
Your signature file is presumably fine, as you designed it in Word, and is
just an inserted file (or however you're putting it in there - copy /
So what exactly are you talking about in those other two things I pointed
"Anton" <asnippen@newsgroup> wrote in message
> Maybe I should've tried a JPG in stead of a bitmap and maybe I will try
> that. But that was not my problem. All I want is to write my email with a
> font of my choice and signed with my name and a picture at the bottom.
> If I have to use HTML for it I can. I have just enough knowledge for it to
> do some simple things as changing a font and including a picture. Do you
> suggest that this indeed would solve my problem? Then where sould I use
> that? In the signature in Options?
> Yours truly
> "Anton" <Anton@newsgroup> schreef in bericht
>> Both apart is quite straightforwad. Go to Options and select which you
>> desire. But I am NOT able to achieve both.
>> Tried two approaches:
>> First I made a BMP-file with my signature and logo and used the
>> wizard to put that on left bottom of my messages. In the wizard I can
>> change the font and size. Easily done. But ... when I compose a mail the
>> bitmap doesn't go down with the text which makes this approach quite
>> Secondly I made a HTM-document with Word and again placed my signature
>> logo on the bottom. In Mail itself I tell to use font Calibri 12. The
>> HTML-text scrolls nicely down when I compose a mail but it KEEPS typing
>> dull times New Roman 12.
>> The 2nd approach is closest to what I desire apart from the font.
>> Maybe there is a 3rd approach which I haven't found. Maybe there is a
>> Anyway ... seems I can use a bit of help here.
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