Using Custom Stationary in Outlook 2000

Discussion in 'Microsoft Outlook' started by Mike Mingus, Nov 20, 2003.

  1. Mike Mingus

    Mike Mingus Guest

    I want to begin using custom stationary in Outlook 2000.
    I want this stationary to include our bank logo, phone
    numbers, etc.

    I can't find a resource that tells me what size the
    background image containing the logo, etc. has to be. I
    can use Photoshop or something else to create it if I knew
    the exact size it needed to be.

    Any help or feedback would be appreciated.
     
    Mike Mingus, Nov 20, 2003
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  2. Mike Mingus

    Roady Guest

    What do you mean which size? It is HTML so the background picture will
    become tiled to fill the screen unless you specifically design it not to do
    that. Think about it; you now design it for a say 1024×786 resolution and it
    will be received at a 800×600 resolution. Better make a design that is
    resolution independent or the stationery might look not that professional as
    you want it to be.

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    "Mike Mingus" <> wrote in message
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    > I want to begin using custom stationary in Outlook 2000.
    > I want this stationary to include our bank logo, phone
    > numbers, etc.
    >
    > I can't find a resource that tells me what size the
    > background image containing the logo, etc. has to be. I
    > can use Photoshop or something else to create it if I knew
    > the exact size it needed to be.
    >
    > Any help or feedback would be appreciated.
     
    Roady, Nov 20, 2003
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