Microsoft Outlook 2003: Include vCard with automatic signature in Windows 7?
If you regularly use Microsoft Outlook 2003 to send and receive mails – both personal as well as professional, you may be interested in creating a vCard for yourself. vCard is your business card equivalent, but in the electronic form. After creating this card you can either use it as an attachment with all your outgoing mails or you can include the vCard with automatic signature in your Microsoft Outlook 2003 application. If you do not yet know how you can do it, here are the steps that you can follow.
If you are using a Windows 7-based PC, this is what you can do:
1. Open Microsoft Outlook 2003.
2. On the “Tools menu, click on “Options.
3. In the “Mail Format tab section, click “Signatures.
4. Click “New to add a new signature.
5. Enter a name for your signature, and then click “Next.
6. Type the desired signature information in the text window.
7. Click on “New vCard from Contact.
8. In the “Show Names from the box, select “Contacts or another address list.
9. Click to select the entry for which you want to create a vCard and click on “OK.
10. Click on “Finish and then click “OK to complete the signature entry.
By completing the signature entry, you will enable all your outgoing e-mails to also include your vCard, set with all your relevant details. Isn’t this a wonderful means to make a mark on your mail recipient?
Watch the short video given below to better comprehend the steps mentioned above.