How to Remove an Embed Picture Link in an Email Signature?

June 3, 2012 at 01:00:09
Specs: Windows XP
How to Remove an Embed Picture Link in an Email Signature?
I created a signature as below instructions, and included a picture, and it now appears above the header on all my emails. I need to remove this but can not find out how.
The instuctions on how create this are as below, BUT I WANT TO TAKE IT OUT COMPLETELY.
ANY IDEAS GUYS. RUNNING MS OFFICE 2010.
Instructions

1

Open Microsoft Outlook, then click “Tools,” followed by “Options.” Click the “Mail Format” tab, then click “Message.”
2

Click “Signature,” then click “New.” Entitle your signature, then select the appropriate option from the “Choose how to create your signature” list. Click “Next,” and then “Advanced Edit.”
3

Click “Insert,” then click “Picture.” Click either “From File” or “Web Link.” If the file is on your computer, locate and select it (note, this will have to be attached to every future email). Click “Web Link” to choose a web link for the image online.
4

Close the editor and click “Yes” to save changes, then click “OK” to save changes to that Outlook email signature.

YOUR HELP TO (UN-DO) MY LAST ACTION WOULD BE MUCH APPRECIATED. Mike.


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#1
June 3, 2012 at 03:04:22
First delete that signature completely:

Tools > Options > Mail Format (tab).
Click the "Signatures" button.
Select the signature in top-left pane.
Click the "Delete" button.

Now create a new signature if you wish, without inserting a picture.


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#2
June 3, 2012 at 05:52:43
Hi Phil,

I have done as you suggested, and yes this has taken the picture from the message section of my emails.(Message typing area)

However, the picture now appears in all my emails without using the signature request, but this is now above the message line of the emails where the From: and To: and Subject: is showing, and is to the far right and level with the Subject line.

How can I get rid of this picture?

Very confusing
Regards Mike.


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