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The Proper Way To Add A Hyperlinked Picture To Your Outlook Email Signature

This brief video will walk you through, soup to nuts, the best way (at least the best way in my humble opinion, feel free to chime in if you have any better ways of doing this) to embed a hyperlinked image into your Outlook Email signature. It seems silly that something that appears so trivial on the surface would require a video tutorial; but there are a lot of ins, a lot of outs, and a lot of what-have-you’s involved in this. By the way, this demo is accurate as of Outlook 2003.

If for whatever reason you are having problems viewing this video or you want to see a larger version (so you can read everything) you can also see it here.

June 22, 2009 by · 3 Comments

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David Orsini is Chief Operating Officer of Top of Mind Networks and oversees the fulfillment and product development divisions of the company. David specializes in building systems that help mortgage professionals maximize their relationships with their client base without having to lift a finger.

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3 Responses to “The Proper Way To Add A Hyperlinked Picture To Your Outlook Email Signature”
  1. David Orsini says:

    By the way, this is the site I used to get the icons we used in our email signatures.

    http://www.iconspedia.com/

    But a simple Google image search will find you whatever you are looking for as well.

  2. Cyrus says:

    does this work in Outlook 2007? That’s what I am using. Why is this so complicated? Redmond, are you listening??

  3. Amy says:

    Yes….not the same for Outlook 2007. Any ideas how to do this in the updated version?? Anyone? I love the idea of the logos being on a site so they don’t show up as attachments, but I can’t figure out how to add it that way with the new Outlook.

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