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Create an electronic card in Outlook for all your business email communications

JD Sartain | May 28, 2015
Business cards are more than just contact information; they are, in fact, a symbol of your professional business. In some ways, Electronic Business Cards (EBCs, or e-cards) created in Outlook are even better because when you send an EBC to clients, colleagues, and friends, they can add the information directly to their contact lists even if they're not using Outlook.

6. Feel free to experiment

Play around with it, experiment, and try lots of different images, layouts, and text formatting. When you find the right mix, click OK and your business card is complete. Mr. Brewster selected the monochrome image of an antique camera on a background of a road map with a few black-and-white photos in the background.

7. Use your e-card in email communications

The first time you insert your new business card in your email, select Insert > Business Card > Other Business Cards, scroll to the new card, and click OK. Now your new business card is on Outlook's Business Card drop-down list. From this point forward, just click Insert > Business Card and select your new card from this list.

 

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