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    How to Upload a Signature

    How to Upload a Signature

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    28 Nov 2017
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    1) Drag and drop the signature to your desktop.

    Note: If your signature has the dimensions at the bottom. Then you need to click on the signature so that it opens a new page and then drag and drop it onto your desktop.

    2) Go to your User CP and click on edit signature in the bottom left corner.

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    3) Now click on the browse button and select the signature you wish to attach.

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    4) Now press 'Upload'

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    5) Once your signature is uploaded, press 'Insert Signature Picture'

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    6) And to center the signature, press the center text icon.

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    7) Now just press 'Save Signature'

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    And now you're done!

    -Chuck
  1.    06 Nov 2014 #1

    Nice tutorial mate
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  2.    30 Nov 2017 #2

    Nice! Thanks!
      My ComputerSystem Spec


 

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