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Microsoft Outlook help

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  1. robthehungrymonkey
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    Does anyone out there know how to add a "banner" (jpg or gif) to the top of an email permanently?

    I mean, in the same way a signature stays at the bottom for every new message.

    I assumed it would be with signatures or stationary, but can't seem to find anything.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Rob.
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    Have you tried the header option????
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    You can create a template email thingy, i did it for our work one, cant remember how off hand now it was a very long time ago, lol.
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  4. robthehungrymonkey
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    Yeah, Headers seem to be....

    "Message headers provide a list of technical details, such as who it came from, the software used to compose it, and the e-mail servers it passed through on the way to the recipient. These details can be useful for identifying problems with e-mail or identifying sources of unsolicited commercial e-mail messages."
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    It would be something like a form header rather than message header...
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    Beerzo Masa'warty 3200... Talk To Me!

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    (1) Creat a new mail.
    (2) Select Insert \ Picture \ From File...
    (3) Move the image to the desired location.
    (4) If you have standard text. e.g. Address, phone numbers etc. Put these in and locate them where you wish.
    (5) Once you have finshed the layout select File \ Save As..
    (6) Insert the location you wish to keep the file.
    (7) From the drop down menu below the file name select "Document Template"
    (8) When you wish to use the file, select, File \ Open... Then navigate to the file open and edit away then send.

    Ta daaaa......

    Prob more professional way than that but thats easy enough.
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