Microsoft Outlook 2003: How to include vCard with automatic signature in Windows XP?
Do you want to include a vCard while lending some personal touch to your e-mail with an automatic signature?Â Is your insufficient information about vCard and Outlook 2003 pulling you back? No issues. You can easily get what you want through the steps mentioned in the content.
If you don’t know, vCard, also known as an electronic business card, is a feature that is supported by the Microsoft Outlook 2003. So, if you have to send some information about you to your colleague or e-mail clients, you can do that in a professional manner by sending it in a vCard form. Also, you can further give your e-mail some professional look by including your vCard with your automatic signature.
Don’t know how? Here’s how you can include a vCard with your automatic signature in Outlook 2003 on your Windows XP-based computer. Check out 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.
This is how you can add a little bit of professionalism to your e-mails that are sent via Microsoft Outlook 2003.Â If you think that the above-mentioned steps are not working for you, you can go through our video solution. Play the video now to further simplify the content.