Sending business cards via email


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Sending business cards via email

When we first introduce ourselves to someone in person, we tend to give them our business card, but what about email? Outlook allows us to send a contact our own business card or anyone else's through email as an attachment. If the recipient is using any modern email program, they'll be able to save that business card into their own contacts. Let me show you how that works. While composing an email I'll place my cursor where the business card should appear. On the Ribbon from the Message tab I'll choose Business Card and then Other Business Cards.

My default Address Book appears and I can choose the person whose card I wish to insert. Remember that you can type a few keys on your keyboard to jump to a specific contact. After selecting myself or anyone from the Address Book I press OK and the card is inserted visually where my cursor was. Note also that a VCF was attached to the email. This attachment contains all of the contact's information like their email and phone num...

Sending business cards via email
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Sending business cards via email provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the Outlook 2007 Power Shortcuts

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Business
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