It comes up with the error 'could not find an editor for h (.) files'. Proposed as answer by Marty74 Monday, March 29, 2010 11:00 AM Friday, March 26, 2010 4:21 PM 0 Sign in to vote Thanks for your instructions kariway. Apart from > that the signature is correct. right click the text area and the option comes up to insert a pic. weblink
Step 7.: Click Browse button. I think I have worked out the way around this issue in Vista.There isn't a lot of information surrounding this issue, i was searching for ages for an answer, but ended in windows 7 it is under the same program tab of internet options, under the "set programs" button. I found that you can safely remove these controls without affecting the signature. https://www.pcreview.co.uk/threads/active-x-error-with-signature-in-outlook-2003.3426862/
Thats should do the trick. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - made microsoft word the default editor by fthebee · 7 years ago In reply to make word the editor it solved Thought I better share it... When attempting > > to create a new signature I still get the same error message. Tuesday, August 02, 2011 12:35 AM 0 Sign in to vote Hi Barry, I just wanted to post the answer to your question here even though you asked the question quite
Click apply and OK. 3. it will appear as the way you designed. Remove the Object that you found in step 1, and save the HTM file. >>>>>> >>>>>> >>>>>> >>>>>> The above works for me. >>>>>> Submitted via EggHeadCafe - Software Developer Portal What happened is the setting became corrupt in the registry and rather than manually edit the registry keys you can do this quick shortcut for those of you thataren'tproficient at editing
Same problem like everybody have here. It did also work perfectly for me. when you create the signature with Word, it will insert ActiveX controls into the signature file. http://windowssecrets.com/forums/showthread.php/65317-Error-on-New-Mail-Message-with-Signature-(Outlook-2003-SP1) BTW When deleting > signatures, > the
This isn't in the signature file. When I cut and paste the > >>> > dot > >>> > into > >>> > word, it shows up as a paragraph mark, but there is no extra line You see the option to insert image in the drop down. Go to tools Options Mail Format (Tab) and in the Message Format section, change it to Rich Text Format.
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. Obviously the 2nd time of typing it will make it all the more clear to me...oh look it hasn't, I still can not find the file. I've listed them below. check over here Compustar vs Encore Remote Starter [SOLVED] NVIDIA driver won't start Gas Prices - 2016 Windows server 2012 R2 steps to...
User Name Remember Me? Thursday, May 21, 2009 4:09 PM 0 Sign in to vote Hi AllI think I have worked out the way around this issue in Vista.There isn't a lot of information surrounding I tried your steps and WOWWWWWWWWWWW, it worked.Thank you!
More About Us... We're a friendly computing community, bustling with knowledgeable members to help solve your tech questions. Select forumWindowsMac OsLinuxOtherSmartphonesTabletsSoftwareOpen SourceWeb DevelopmentBrowserMobile AppsHardwareDesktopLaptopsNetworksStoragePeripheralSecurityMalwarePiracyIT EmploymentCloudEmerging TechCommunityTips and TricksSocial EnterpriseSocial NetworkingAppleMicrosoftGoogleAfter HoursPost typeSelect discussion typeGeneral discussionQuestionPraiseRantAlertTipIdeaSubject titleTopic Tags Select up to 3 tags (1 tag required) CloudPiracySecurityAppleMicrosoftIT EmploymentGoogleOpen SourceMobilitySocial EnterpriseCommunitySmartphonesOperating The second option should read "E-mail Signature...." Click that.5.
Thursday, June 09, 2011 1:32 PM 0 Sign in to vote Dunno if this has been answered... GREAT IT DOES!Then shut Outlook 2003 down and go back to Control Panel> User AccountsClick 'Turn User Account Control on or Off' againThis time check the box next to 'Use User Reset Post Submit Post Search Related Discussions 0 Access tables linked to their own file chasmann // about 9 hours ago 0 Alternatives to Steps Recorder roksolianaziombra // February 13, 2017 this content Swithced to Publisher.
Use another email >> editor or disable the addin causing this in Word. now all fine and i edit signature in frontpage after clicking advance editing.. thanks a ton.. In the Menu Bar that includes Send on the left side, there should be an Options button. Non-fiction, Fiction, Movie Reviews and More at:www.workingauthor.com Sunday, November 04, 2007 8:33 PM 0 Sign in to vote In Windows XP: Open Windows Explorer Click Tools...Folder Options...File Types...go down to
Christopher hoffman | Owner MyBetaHost Hermitage, PA | 16148 | [email protected] Proposed as answer by hoffman16148 Monday, August 22, 2011 4:14 PM Marked as answer by Carey FrischMVP, Moderator Tuesday, August this fix by Lata ie" association of file" works well. Apart from > that the signature is correct. Really fast!! Does any one at Microsoft read these or do they want us all to upgrade so they won't bother looking for a fix? Kegs Thursday, July
Then where it says "HTML editing" click the drop down menu and change the default editor from "Microsoft Word" to "Frontpage" or from "Frontpage" to "Microsoft Word" and click "Apply" then Control Panel Network and Internet Programs Make a file type always open in a specific program Scroll down to .htm and click it Change program Under recommended programs choose Word Click On the Tools menu in Outlook, click Options, and select the Mail Format tab Hold down
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/ Real World Questions, Real World Answers ----- "Doug" Keep having the same error message (could not find an editor for H (.) files) while going on advanced edit under the signature options. Then where it says "HTML editing" click the drop down menu and change the default editor from "Microsoft Word" to "Frontpage" or from "Frontpage" to "Microsoft Word" and click "Apply" then Hope this helps!
Use another email >> editor or disable the addin causing this in Word. You can remove the control by following the following steps: >>>>> >>>>> >>>>> >>>>> 1.