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Outlook VCard Creation

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by dimplegirl00, Jun 17, 2011.

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  1. dimplegirl00

    dimplegirl00 Thread Starter

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    I am trying to create an advanced VCard template for our office staff to use. One that is "live", looks like a business card, with two tabs on top and by clicking over the logo or the website address you can link out directly to the website. With the standard VCard in Outlook, I don't seem to have this option. I'm hoping someone can help me create one that looks like the one below...aside from contacting the tech support at this law firm, I can't seem to figure it out! (that may be my next option!). The one in this message doesn't come across perfectly comes across properly, this is exactly what I want to create...with a logo on the left portion and the "home", logo and web at the bottom will all pull up hyperlink options to open the webpage, and the email will open an email.

    I assume there is some type of program that does this easily, just want to make sure I use a legitimate one.
    Thanks so much in advance!
    Vicki


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    Thanks for the suggestion, but I have done that much. I know how to create Vcards and make them look "fancyish"... but the hyperlinks are not working. The one I found did not copy properly into the note above, but it has hyerlinks to the website for he company. The ones I've created within outlook don't seem to offer that feature.
     
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