What is the point?
Anyone using MS-Outlook or Outlook Express stationery probably would like to add a link over the letterhead or stationery header image, pointing to their web site. For business purposes, it is a great addition.
So how do I add an image link?
If you created your email stationery template for Outlook Express, by selecting your custom HTML page, then you may already have links over the template images. But if you used the Outlook Express stationery wizard or if you created your template for MS-Outlook, then you have to work a little more on it.
TIP: Stationery items can only be used if you set Outlook to create new messages using the HTML format. Which means that somehow, your outgoing messages are using HTML tags, as any web page. And as on web pages, you can also add links over images within HTML email templates.
Adding hyper-links over MS Outlook signature images
The following steps explain how to add links to images on MS-Outlook 2003.
Image links over Outlook Express stationery
Outlook Express lets you import your pre-defined web page as a stationery item, so all you have to do is to edit your web page (which is HTML code) and to add the A HREF tag as on the above Notepad example.