In XP, I had an autocorrect that brought up my signature graphic and was very useful for not-too-formal documents.
In 2007 I found a thing called quick parts or something similar (that I don't seem to be able to find our use again), and entered the graphic. It worked when tested. However the next time I opened word it had disappeared. I need this quit often, so am inconvenienced a lot.
Can you help? Does 2007 still have this feature or has it been lost?
I would use a macro. Go to the View tab, and at the far right you'll see the Macros dropdown. Select "Record Macro" and give it a name like MySig. Assign your macro to a button to place its icon on your Quick Access Toolbar at the very top along with the Save, Undo, Redo, etc. You may wish to change the default macro symbol -- just click the "Modify" button to choose from a wide assortment of icons. You can also assign a keyboard shortcut by clicking the Keyboard button and choosing your key combo.
Then step through your macro. I clicked the Insert tab, then Picture, and selected my signature image. Once that is placed on the page, go back to your Macros dropdown and select "Stop Recording."
Voilà! Please let me know if you have any other questions.
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webSignatureOffice(.com) is a fully web-based signature solution which allows you to sign read-only PDF/A documents. With it, different people can sign online in different places and with very different signature-recording devices or even without any hardware whatsoever. This makes the signature workflow much easier. In addition to the immediate use of this online signature service webSignatureOffice.com, separate signature services can be created for you. StepOver Online signature solution
You can scan your signature and save it as a jpeg or gif image file. To add your signature onto a Word document, just place a picture (your scanned signature) on the document where you want your signature to appear. If you want to send this Word document via e-mail as an attachment, I suggest you create a PDF file of your Word document and send the PDF file as the attachment. If you send the Word document with your signature, the person who receives this can not only open your document using Word BUT can also access your signature image and can use it without your authorization.
You will need a scanner.
You sign your signature on a piece of paper and then you will have to scan the paper. Use a graphics program to copy the signature and paste it into your favorite program.
Save the file on your hard drive for future use.
Be careful, this is not a secure signature. People you send the documents to will be able to copy & paste your signature, so be careful who you send your documents to.
NOTE: QuickVerse Smart Tags will only work with Microsoft products that support the technology. (Your version of Microsoft Word must be 2002 or newer.)
during the installation of QuickVerse. However, if a Microsoft document was open during installation, you may have to walk through the following steps manually.
Phase 1 - Manually register the QV13SmartTags.dll file
When you install Microsoft Office, AutoCorrect is set by default to try to
match and correct a misspelled word with a word in the main dictionary that the
spelling checker uses. However, if you want to make sure this option is
Do this is Microsoft Word:
Click the Microsoft Office Button
Click AutoCorrect Options
On the AutoCorrect tab, select the Automatically use suggestions from the spelling checker check box.
This is a setting you can change in the AutoCorrect options window.
Open a new document. From the Tools menu, choose AutoCorrect Options to open the AutoCorrect dialog box. Select the Auto Correct tab. In the list of options, uncheck Capitalize first letter of sentences.
try it like this: Alt+Print Screen your signature, and paste it into paint. Crop the edges so that your signature is all that is seen and save it as something like c:\sig.jpg. Then edit your html file to contain something like this: <html> <body> <img src="c:\sig.jpg" height=80 width=80><br> <b>hoot776</b> </body> </html>