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When viewing messages in Outlook 2016 where signatures are applied via Exclaimer, text may be cropped if certain font types and size combinations have been used.
A common example is that the descenders of characters such as ‘y’ and ‘g’ are cut off.
Microsoft has confirmed this as an issue with Outlook 2016 - this does not occur in Outlook 2013. The issue only appears to be with certain font families and size combinations - for example, Verdana 9 (and 8.5); if set to Verdana 8, or 9.5, the issue is reduced.
- To set a line height, you can surround the text using <Span style="line-height:pt value">Text</span>
This method is useful if you have several different font sizes in one area, as you can surround each individual section in the signature.
- If you are using a table, you can set the line heights in each table cell, using the cell properties on the right-hand side.
- If you are unsure of how to use HTML code, you can always click on the ellipsis '...' in the Properties (on the right-hand side) to open the Style Editor. Then, navigate to the Block tab to set the desired line height.
- Access the Style Editor from the table cells and from highlighting the fields and text elements.