How to Create an Animated Signature Using Gif Mania

Two Parts:Creating an imageUsing an image

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Part 1
Creating an image

  1. 1
    • For example, you want to create a new signature.
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    • Type your name in the "text" window.
    • Choose a font and size.
    • Choose a color (see image).
  2. 2
    Choose a figurine. Find an image you want to use for your animated signature. There are a lot of categories and pages within each to choose from.
    • For example, you chose the category Artists/Pencils. Click on a tiny arrow to browse between the pages until you see an image to your liking.
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  3. 3
    Click the "Create" button to create your signature.
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Part 2
Using an image

You have 4 different ways to use a created signature - (shown by arrows)

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  1. 1
    Choose "Send a message...". This lets you send an e-mail with the new signature already inserted. It's a one time deal. Once you e-maile it, it's gone if you didn't save it.
  2. 2
    Choose "Download this signature" to download to your computer.
  3. 3
    "Store it" to the gif-mania' album if you created it earlier, or
  4. 4
    "Store it" into your Photobucket album if you have it.
    • Depending on which option box you tick, it will perform the action after you click the "Store it" button.


  • Using the same technique, you can create any animated message (not only the signature).
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  • The "Create your own figurine" button (on the right side) lets you use an image from your computer. Just repeat the same process from choosing a figurine and on.
  • There is a Help button at the top in case you're stuck and need help.
  • Do not use "too fancy" fonts for the signature. Sometimes they look pale. Try to use a bold font.

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