Microsoft Outlook 2003: How to include vCard with automatic signature in Windows Vista?
Microsoft Outlook 2003 has provided its users with numerous options to experience. One of them is by including a vCard with automatic signature in Windows Vista.
vCard is an electronic business card and by including it with an automatic signature, you certainly get to add some weightage to your e-mail exchanges. It sounds to be the perfect way of introducing yourself to your new e-mail clients and colleagues.
Now, you want to add some professionalism to your e-mail, but don’t know how to go about it. It’s very simple. Just go through the below given steps and you will know what you have to do. Follow these steps to know how:
- Open Outlook
- On the “Tools menu, click on “Options
- In the “Mail Format tab section, click “Signatures
- Click “New to add a new signature
- Enter a name for your signature, and then click “Next
- Type the desired signature information in the text window
- Click on “New vCard from Contact
- In the “Show Names from the box, select Contacts or another address list
- Click to select the entry for which you want to create a vCard and click on “OK
- Click on “Finish and then click “OK to complete the signature entry.
If you want to deal with your email clients in a professional manner, you can do so easily by applying the above-mentioned steps. For a quick recap of the above-mentioned steps, you can go through our video solution that will surely help you through the process. Play the video to know how.