when you create the signature with Word, it will insert ActiveX controls into the signature file. When you >> create a new mail without a default signature does that dot and the >> warning >> still show up? >> >> -- >> Robert Sparnaaij [MVP-Outlook] >> Coauthor, Microsoft and Microsoft logo's are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. The instructions are added just to be complete; Open the Options dialog of Word Word 2007 Office button in the left top corner-> button Word Options Word 2010 File-> Options Select weblink
Thanks for extra thoughts though. 0 LVL 76 Overall: Level 76 Outlook 69 Message Active 4 days ago Expert Comment by:David Lee ID: 334045072010-08-10 You're welcome. Thanks doncavin! 0 LVL 1 Overall: Level 1 Message Expert Comment by:specialistservices ID: 228371032008-10-29 Removing the smart tags option in Word options fixed this problem for me as well. You see the option to insert image in the drop down. When you create your signature using Outlook it automatically generates three versions: HTML, RTF, and plain-text. https://www.msoutlook.info/question/210
When >> >>> you >> >>> create a new mail without a default signature does that dot and the >> >>> warning >> >>> still show up? >> >>> >> >>> You can find it here; Windows 7 and Windows Vista C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Templates\ Windows XP C:\Documents and Settings\%username%\Application Data\Microsoft\Templates\ Stationery and Themes If you have a default Stationery or Theme selected, set it I tried to create the signature from scratch and as soon as I add a second line, the ActiveX problem appears, regardless of the font I use. "Roady [MVP]" wrote: > A good troubleshooting step would be to save the message in question as an HTML file, then open it in an editor (e.g.
when you create the signature with Word, it will insert ActiveX controls into the signature file. Signature Turn off your default signature and see if you still get the error message when creating a new message or when somebody receives a message from you (you can send What is in your > >>> >> signature? > >>> >> Just text? > >>> >> What editor did you use? One possible solution is to create your signature outside of Outlook (i.e.
Go to your signature directory, and open the HTM signature file with Wordpad. This isn't in the signature file. Make sure all ActiveX options are enabled. I can delete the strange mark, OK. > > I have deleted the signatures and re-created.
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 Your IP is in RBL Highlight important text in emails Can’t use multiple Signatures as message templates Related Categories: Addins • Errors • Mail Composing • Mail Reading • Security Use This has never gone wrong before, and I've always used Word. -- Doug "Roady [MVP]" wrote: > Sounds like you've used Word to create your signature. It is caused by the smart tags Word adds into the HTML.
There is a little dot above >> >>> > the >> >>> > first line when I come into a new message. click to read more Just the default one or the Advanced Editor? > In case of the last; what are you using as your Advanced Editor? > > -- > Robert Sparnaaij [MVP-Outlook] > Coauthor, http://support.microsoft.com/?scid=kb;en-us;816948&spid=2488&sid=776 CAUSE This problem may occur if any of the following conditions are true: • You have set your Web browser so that it does not allow cookies. • newsgator Bloglines iNezha Links Birchwood Financial Advisers Flickr Gallery Handmade semi precious jewellery Categories CQOTD General Personal Photos Random Software Tips Categories CQOTD General Personal Photos Random Software Tips Recent Posts
If not, the ActiveX control is within your normal.dot file. have a peek at these guys C:\Documents and Settings\YOUR USER NAME\Application Data\Microsoft\Signatures 3. Proposed as answer by R2D2-Rev.2 Wednesday, June 24, 2015 7:13 AM Monday, August 20, 2012 5:03 PM Reply | Quote Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of I do not have a viable solution, but I told him to disable the signature, or remove the graphic from it completely.
Stay logged in Welcome to PC Review! I was getting the same ActiveX error when trying to compose a new message. For more information about how to do so, see the security features that are described in your Web browser's Help file. http://kodeuwa.com/outlook-2003/outlook-2003-bizzare-error.html In word and in the edit signature 'box', there are no spaces and it looks as it should.
In some occasions renaming > normal.dot to normal.old will do the trick as well. > > -- > Robert Sparnaaij [MVP-Outlook] > Coauthor, Configuring Microsoft Outlook 2003 > > http://www.msoutlook.info/ > If > I > click past the error, the signature appears but with a strange mark above > the > first line of the signature. In some occasions renaming >> normal.dot to normal.old will do the trick as well. >> >> -- >> Robert Sparnaaij [MVP-Outlook] >> Coauthor, Configuring Microsoft Outlook 2003 >> >> http://www.msoutlook.info/ >>
Change your email editor Turn off Word as your email editor (Outlook 2003 and previous) and see if you still get the error message when creating a new message or when I can delete the strange mark, OK. The message suggests that security doesn't allow the Active-X control. Any ideas? 0 LVL 76 Overall: Level 76 Outlook 69 Message Active 4 days ago Accepted Solution by:David Lee David Lee earned 500 total points ID: 163378182006-03-30 One cause is
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 When you > create a new mail without a default signature does that dot and the warning > still show up? > > -- > Robert Sparnaaij [MVP-Outlook] > Coauthor, Configuring Valid XHTML 1.1 and CSS 3. this content There is a little dot above the >> > first line when I come into a new message.