Outlook Express remains a popular program to use for e-mail. If you are an Outlook Express user, you may be wondering how to insert an image such as a company logo at the bottom of your messages. Outlook Express allows you to create a signature in the HTML format and place it in your messages. Use Outlook Express or another HTML editor to create a signature with a logo or other image.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Begin creating a new message in Outlook Express. In the message, type the text that you would like to be present in your signature, such as your name, phone number, and any other details you would like to provide.
Locate the image file on your computer that you would like to insert into the signature. Click "Insert" at the top of the e-mail message, then click "Picture."
Click the "Browse" button. Browse to the logo that you would like to insert into your signature, and double click it. Click "OK." The logo will appear in the email.
Click the logo, then drag the boxes at the edges to change the size. Click and drag the logo itself to change its position within your signature.
Click "File" and "Save As" when you are happy with the signature. Browse to a location where the file will not be deleted. Type a name. Click the "Save as type" drop-down menu and select "HTML Files." Click "Save." Close the e-mail that you used to create your signature.
Click "Tools," then click "Options." Click the "Signatures" tab in the window that appears.
Click the "New" button. Click "File" at the bottom of the window, then click "Browse."
Click the "Files of type" drop-down menu, and select "HTML files." Browse to the location of the signature file that you created, and double click it.
Click the check box labelled "Add signatures to all outgoing messages" if it is not already selected, and click "OK." Your signature and logo will appear in all messages that you compose.
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