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  1. Elainegd

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    Can I personalise my signature on my email.
     
  2. KevinJS

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    Yes. Go to Settings/Mail, Contacts,Calendars/Signature and you can input a signature for each mail account.
     
  3. Elainegd

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    Thanks, I have that. I just wanted to know if I can personalise with colour or different fonts
     
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    Unfortunately, you can't personalize a signature with different colors/fonts - not in the native Mail app. Other have used othe e-mail apps (like the Gmail one) for that reason. I've also see someone who's created a photo of a nice signature which they then attach to their e-mail.

    But, no, the Mail app is pretty limited in that respect. Sorry.

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  5. Gabriel1

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    Hi there Elaine and welcome.

    There is lots of good advice and info on here plus plenty of members all too willing to help with any problems.

    Remember, search is your friend. If you can't find the answer you need and you post a question then give as much info as you can to help members help you i.e. iPad 1 or 2, etc. and iOS version and name of app if the problem is with a specific app........and please don't forget to read the forum rules http://www.ipadforums.net/forum-rules-help-info/2119-forum-rules-everybody-please-read.html

    These are the hacking section rules for all you jail breakers (and would be jail breakers) http://www.ipadforums.net/ipad-hacking/2892-hacking-section-rules-please-read.html

    We also have an app for this forum. The link to download the app is: Discussion Forum for iPad Users for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad on the iTunes App Store

    You can download the manual for your iPad here http://help.apple.com/ipad/6/ and here http://support.apple.com/manuals/ and in iBooks search for "iPad user guide for" and you will find free comprehensive manuals for iOS 4, 5, 6, etc.

    If you have other Apple products or are interested in other Apple kit then why not join our sister forum too at http://www.appleforums.net/ and for iPhone users, come and join in the discussion over at http://www.iphoneforums.net

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  6. Roy Rob

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    You can change the font of your signature if you wish however the recipient may not see the change, depending on what mail server they are using. I regularly change my font in the body of the email as well and to date nobody has told me of a problem. Download an app called AllFonts it's free from the App Store. Open it and delete their sample text. Type 'Hello' or any word you feel like. Select a font and then copy your word. Open your mail app and paste your word in as the first word. The chosen font will remain until you add a picture or insert copy etc, if it changes back to standard just paste another sample of the font again. You can edit the first word and stay in the selected font unless you backspace one space past the first letter. I am on Gmail which works well with this and I usually use Noteworthy Bold for my text and Snell Roundhand for my signature. I did a screen capture sample to demonstrate.



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    Oh yes, and I have nothing to do with or affiliated to the AllFont app.
     
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    Actually, you can customize your signatures with fonts, colors, links, or pretty much anything you can do with HTML.

    What you can't do is actually edit/create the HTML signature directly. Instead you have to create it somewhere else, then paste it into Mail's settings; not the code, but the results.

    An article I just read recommends the Nitro HTML app (free).

    Another method that works is to create your signature in another mail app that allows HTML signatures, mail to yourself, copy it from Mail when you receive it on the iPad, then paste it into your settings.

    This is another of the new (unsung) iOS 6 features.

    Note: I have not actually tested this myself so my details may be a bit off.
     
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    I've been playing a bit with Nitro HTML, and it's not for people who don't know HTML. There is bound to be a better tool for creating HTML signatures somewhere.

    On the other hand I did manage to create a simple HTML sig (bold, underline, email and website links) that worked in Mail.
     
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