For more information about how to do so, see the security features that are described in your Web browser's Help file. It is the only way I know to insert a picture. >>> This has never gone wrong before, and I have always used Word. >>> -- >>> Doug >>> >>> >>> If I > click past the error, the signature appears but with a strange mark above the > first line of the signature. Use another email >> editor or disable the addin causing this in Word. have a peek at these guys
Notepad) and see if you can see what it is that Outlook is taking to be an object. 0 LVL 7 Overall: Level 7 Message Author Comment by:lukeca ID: 163464892006-03-31 This isn't in the signature file. There is a little dot above > >>> > the > >>> > first line when I come into a new message. I recreated this user's signature when moving them to this machine, and used "Advanced Edit" the first time, and copy/pasted their signature from an email in their Sent Items folder. https://www.msoutlook.info/question/210
There is a little dot above the first line when I come into a new message. You can remove the control by following the following steps: >>>>> >>>>> >>>>> >>>>> 1. Just the default one or the Advanced Editor? > >>> >> In case of the last; what are you using as your Advanced Editor? > >>> >> > >>> >> -- Remove the Object that you found in step 1, and save the HTM file.
Apart from that the signature is correct. Join Now For immediate help use Live now! Disable Add-ins in Word Word 2003 and previous; Tools-> Customize…-> tab Commands In the left list select Tools From the right list drag and drop the “COM Add-ins…” command to your Word Add-ins If you are still having the issue after checking all of the above, then the issue is very likely caused by quite a persistent Word add-in (Outlook 2003 and
Right click to view the HTML source of the email you just created, and you should find a line beginning "
The above works for me. > On Friday, February 22, 2008 3:56 AM Dou wrote: > Why do I get an Active-X error when I create a new mail with a Remove the Object that you found in step 1, and save the HTM file. >>>>> >>>>> >>>>> >>>>> The above works for me. >>>>>> On Thursday, September 02, 2010 12:49 AM All rights reserved. MenuExperts Exchange Browse BackBrowse Topics Open Questions Open Projects Solutions Members Articles Videos Courses Contribute Products BackProducts Gigs Live Courses Vendor Services Groups Careers Store Headlines Website Testing Tools Ask a
TechRepublic | Forums | Software Software Register Now or Log In to post Welcome back, My Profile Log Out Recent Activity FAQs Guidelines Question 0 Votes Locked ActiveX in Outlook 2003 When I cut and paste >> >>> > the >> >>> > dot >> >>> > into >> >>> > word, it shows up as a paragraph mark, but there is Disable all your Word add-ins and enable them one by one (restarting both Word and Outlook in between) to find the culprit. You see the option to insert image in the drop down. >>>>> On Thursday, September 02, 2010 12:48 AM LK Pang wrote: >>>>> when you create the signature with Word, it
Another possibility is that you have installed an add-in in Word which modified your normal.dot file which is also being used when creating an email in Outlook 2003 or previous when http://nexwarecorp.com/outlook-2003/outlook-2003-ecf-error-problem.html In word and in the edit signature 'box', there are no spaces and it looks as it should. Does anyone know how to "fix" it so that I don't get this message each time I open an email from this person? This isn't in the signature file.
For more information about how to do so, see the security features that are described in your Web browser's Help file. -or- • Configure your Web browser so that it When I cut and paste the >>> > dot >>> > into >>> > word, it shows up as a paragraph mark, but there is no extra line in >>> > MSOutlook.info Real World Questions, Real World Answers Automatically save attachments to a Windows folder. check my blog I know of a person that receives his email and he gets the message.
The problem with doing it this way is that you'll only have an HTML version of your signature. Read the following article to get understand about the Outlook security settings: How Outlook helps to protect your computer from viruses http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook-help/how-outlook-helps-to-protect-your-computer-from-viruses-HA001101870.aspxMax Meng TechNet Community SupportMarked as answer by Right click to view the HTML source of the email you just created, and you should find a line beginning "