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Thread: [RESOLVED] Putting a line in my signature

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    Resolved [RESOLVED] Putting a line in my signature

    Hi... erm this might seem obvious to some of you guys, but how do I insert a horizontal line into my signature. I have tried "<hr>" and took a wild stab with "[LINE]" but neither worked.

    If you could let me know I would appreciate it!
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    Re: Putting a line in my signature

    For horizontal line, use underscore or a picture. For vertical line, use pipe sign.


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    Re: Putting a line in my signature

    OK cheers guys!
    I use Microsoft Visual Basic 2008 Express Edition.

    If my post has been helpful, please rate it, unless you don't believe in Karma... which actually I don't!

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