You just got your installation instructions for your Stationery products…yay! Whether you are using a webmail program like Gmail to check your emails, or a desktop version of Outlook, one step that they both have in common is the need to get your new Signature copied and pasted directly into the settings!

But when you attempt to do what the instructions say and copy the entire signature in order to paste, you are only getting one piece of it not the entire Signature with all the links. What gives?

Don’t worry, your Signature is not broken 🙂 With the new ways the browsers are trying to streamline the layout and keep things seamless and clean, its no longer as simple as going up to the menu and going Edit > Select All and then Edit > Copy. Each browser does things a different way now, so here is a breakdown, per browser, to copy and paste cleaning and correctly the first time.

Google Chrome
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  1. Open up your new Signature directly in your Chrome Browser.
  2. With your cursor, highlight to select your entire signature.
    Make sure you get it all!
  3. Next, go up and click on the 3 horizontal lines or dots in the top right hand corner of Google Chrome. This will drop down a menu and you will see under the Edit Category an area to select “Copy”. This will ensure that you have copied all of the images and code correctly!

Hint: If you are more familiar with using your computer, you can also hit CTRL+C on your PC (or Command+C on a MAC) directly on your keyboard instead).

Mozilla Firefox

  1. CopyScreenFromFFOpen up your new Signature directly in your Firefox Browser.
  2. With your cursor, highlight to select your entire signature.
    Make sure you get it all!
  3. Next, right click OVER any part of the highlighted area and a dropdown menu will come up. You’ll see two options: Copy and Copy Image. Please make sure that you select Copy to ensure that you copy the entirety of the signature that was selected, and do not select Copy Image as this will only copy the piece of the Signature in which you are currently hovered over.

Hint: If you are more familiar with using your computer, in lieu of the right click over the graphics to copy the file, you can also hit CTRL+C on your PC (or Command+C on a MAC) directly on your keyboard instead).