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Windows Live Mail and images in the signature

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Hello, I need to create an header for all emails, it is a simple image which should be displayed above all text inside each email.

Trouble is, I'm using Windows 7 and Windows Live Mail, which seems to have tons less options than previous software.

I've tried creating an html signature, but it only puts the image to the left, although I've included <p align="center"> and such.

Is this software that flawed?

Is there another way, with cards maybe? There's no stationery option anymore!
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Question by:Daniele Brunengo
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by:tausifsfarid
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You can configure mails on mozilla thunderbird its free and more functional than live mail

http://www.mozillamessaging.com/en-GB/thunderbird/
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by:Daniele Brunengo
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I know, trouble is I'm doing this on my wife's office pc and they just learned how to use Live Mail. So if it is doable I'd rather use that.
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by:sabk
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how it looks like when you browse html page??
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by:Daniele Brunengo
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Centered fine...
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I did it. Used <div align.....> instead of <p align.....>

What should I do with the question?
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by:Daniele Brunengo
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What's revolting is, if you create an email with the software with a centered image and save it as html, it will use the <p> tag, not the <div>...
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This can be closed. Solved.
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