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how do i create my own vcard in outlook?

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I want to create my own Vcard and attach it to my signature in outlook. I have the signature already. Thanks
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Create a Contact in Outlook with the Info you want in the v-card.  In the signature, have Outlook to either attach a business card (2007) or a v-card (2003).
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