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Default Mail merge emails with attachments and formatted text problem

Hi, first time posting here so hopefully someone can help.

I have successfully used Doug Robbins' is Mail Merge to email with
attachments at
(thanks Doug, you are a star). I'm using Word and Outlook 2003.

I'd like to though be able to retain the formatting of my text in Word to
the emails, including clickable URLs. Searching the archives found this
which I've tried, and while the revised version shown at the end of the
thread stops the last email being sent twice, what I'm finding is that the
emails are going out with the attachment, and to the correct email recipients
but blank (ie not picking up the original text at all) but rather they
include my normal Outlook signature (with links) instead!!

The signature wasn't added to the emails using the original macro (when
plain text copied over from the mail merge successfully).

Can anyone shed some light on this? It's the last bit of the puzzle I'm
looking for to get me round the email solution I'm looking for!

Thanks in advance for your help.

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