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make an Email template in Outlook


belayer

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How can I create an email template that has my business details and logo on it so it is already there without having to cut/paste/insert every time I type an email?

I have looked at the help page but nothing seems to work in Signatures and Stationery.

I am using Windows XP with Outlook Express.

Thanks

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difarn

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This article may be of use to you.

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lotvic

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'Outlook Express' > dropdown arrow side of 'Create Mail' > click on 'Select Stationery' > click on 'Create New' button to start the Wizard

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belayer

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Unfortunately neither of those solutions seem to work.

The article tells me to save it as a template but that is not offered as an option on the Save As filetype.

The Create New Wizard of the alternative doesn't allow me to make a logo that I want to include smaller, its huge, and in any case neither option allows me to manipulate the content so I can format the logo (jpeg)and put text alongside (like one does in Word).

Looks like I will have to make do without the company logo.

Thanks for trying.

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Clapton is God

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Your post title suggested that you were using Outlook rather than Outlook Express.

If you start using Outlook as your e-mail client (Outlook Express is pre-stone age, by the way) you can create a 'signature' which will be added to every one of your outgoing e-mails.

That signature can contain your business details, address, phone numbers, logo, website address, etc, etc.

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