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Hi, I can reproduce this issue and I guess this issue has something to do with the new Attach File menu button in Outlook 2016. We can try the following method to work around this issue: Method 1: Add the Attach File icon to the Quick Access Toolbar.

Create a new HTML-format Outlook message. Choose Insert File and select the saved HTML file. At the bottom right corner of the Insert File dialog, click the small arrow next to the Insert button, and choose Insert as Text. Method 2: Another way to create an HTML message with really rich HTML tags is to use Microsoft Word to create the document, then choose File Send To Mail Recipient.

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To do this, click New Email button to open a new email message, click File Options Quick Access Toolbar. Under 'Popular Commands', highlight Attach File and click Add button. Now, when we insert a html file, use the Attach File button on the QAT, you will see the Insert as Text option.

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Note: It's reported that this method doesn't work on Windows 7 OS, but it's worth a try. Method 2: Open the HTML file using Word (right-click on the HTML file and select Open With.), press Ctrl + A to copy all the contect in the Word document and then paste the content to Outlook. Regards, Steve Fan TechNet Community Support Please mark the reply as an answer if you find it is helpful.

  • Learn how you can send an HTML email from Microsoft Outlook 2013 if you have created an HTML file that you want to send asyour message body.
  • This is the default message format in Outlook. HTML is also the best format to use when you want to create messages that look like. On the File tab, choose Options.

If you have feedback for TechNet Support, contact. Hi, I can reproduce this issue and I guess this issue has something to do with the new Attach File menu button in Outlook 2016. We can try the following method to work around this issue: Method 1: Add the Attach File icon to the Quick Access Toolbar.

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To do this, click New Email button to open a new email message, click File Options Quick Access Toolbar. Under 'Popular Commands', highlight Attach File and click Add button.

Now, when we insert a html file, use the Attach File button on the QAT, you will see the Insert as Text option. Note: It's reported that this method doesn't work on Windows 7 OS, but it's worth a try. Method 2: Open the HTML file using Word (right-click on the HTML file and select Open With.), press Ctrl + A to copy all the contect in the Word document and then paste the content to Outlook.

Regards, Steve Fan TechNet Community Support Please mark the reply as an answer if you find it is helpful. If you have feedback for TechNet Support, contact.

So your web designer just handed you an HTML file for your fancy new email signature, and now you’re trying to figure out how the heck to get it into Outlook! There’s no option to upload an HTML file, you say! You would be correct! Microsoft has made it much more complicated if you want to use a custom html email signature in Outlook 2013. Fortunately, we have you covered. Here’s the step-by-step process for getting your new signature installed. Before you can install your signature you first need to be able to view hidden files:.

Open up your File Explorer (Windows Key + E). Double click on your hard drive (Usually OS (C:) for most users). Click on the View tab at the top. At the top-right, click on Options, then select “Change Folder and Search Options”. The Folder Options dialog box should have popped up. Click on the View Tab.

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Mark the option that says “Show hidden files, folders, and drives”. Make sure the option that says “Hide extensions for known file types” in unchecked. Hit the Apply button, then hit Ok. Now you should be ready to install the signature. Make sure you still have the File Explorer opened to your hard drive.

If not, follow steps 1 and 2 above. Navigate to Users/Your User Name/AppData/Roaming/Microsoft/Signatures. Drop your HTML signature file into this folder. If your HTML file ends with the file extension.html then it needs to be changed to.htm. Right-click on your HTML file and select Rename, then change the file extension to.htm.

Open Outlook 2013. If you already had Outlook running you may need to close it and re-open. Click on File, then Options, then Mail, then click on the Signatures button.

You should see your new signature file in the list in the “Select signatures to edit” box. The name of the signature will be the same as your HTML file name. Your signature may not look correct in the preview area, but do not worry! This is perfectly normal so don’t try to make any alterations. Make sure you choose your signature in the “New messages” and “Replies/forwards” select menus. Click Ok until you are all the way out of the pop-ups.

Click New Email to view your new signature. Your new signature is now installed!