Outlook 2007- Themes or stationary


R

Rod

Can anyone help me regarding themes or stationary for Outlook 2007.

I found it very easy to create stationary in the old versions of MS Office,
however in the 2007 version it doesn't appear to give much in the way of
editing features. They mention that you can edit a Word Theme, but I can't
figure out how to get my logo/image in there.

I used to create a simple stationary by using a small image with about 13%
transparency to give the appearance of a watermark in the background, and
then tile it over the whole page. Any image could be used (such as a
company logo), and it created a really basic stationary for me to use. This
task appears almost impossible in the new version, although the solution is
probably right in front of me.

Even if I have to learn a new way to use the themes instead of stationary, I
don't mind. All I want is a plain page with my image tiled over it.

PLEASE, can anyone help me out here?

Regards,


Rod.
 
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jsmmrs79

Can anyone help me regarding themes or stationary for Outlook 2007.

I found it very easy to create stationary in the old versions of MS Office,
however in the 2007 version it doesn't appear to give much in the way of
editing features. They mention that you can edit a Word Theme, but I can't
figure out how to get my logo/image in there.

I used to create a simple stationary by using a small image with about 13%
transparency to give the appearance of a watermark in the background, and
then tile it over the whole page. Any image could be used (such as a
company logo), and it created a really basic stationary for me to use. This
task appears almost impossible in the new version, although the solution is
probably right in front of me.

Even if I have to learn a new way to use the themes instead of stationary, I
don't mind. All I want is a plain page with my image tiled over it.

PLEASE, can anyone help me out here?

Regards,

Rod.

Hey Rod,
I had the same problem with Outlook 2007. I constructed an e-mail
stationary template in Publisher 2007. I then type and send my message
from Publisher. The person who receives the message will see all the
fonts, hyperlinks etc......

Hope that will help until the Outlook issue is resolved.

John
 

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