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I use several different signatures to emails, signing for different

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I use several different signatures to emails, signing for different companies. i have selected the most common one as the default signature for New and Reply emails. When I wish to use one of my OTHER email signatures, I go to Options and select Signature and the signature of my choice and hit "Ok" but it does not change my Default Signature to the one selected for the current email. Windows 2003 allowed this. How can I do it with Windows 2007?
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Yes. I can't fix it.

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