Outlook 2007 Signature With Inline Image

We know how to create a signature with a picture in it, but how do you create a signature with the picture inline, so the text is next to the picture?  There does not seem to be this option.  We have all of our contact information in the signature and want our logo on the left next to it.  Please advise.
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you could make an image with your logo and the text and use that image in your signature
gta2011Author Commented:
Conagraman: I don't want to do that, as I want the text to be text and just have the picture inline.
i think this is what your looking for

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gta2011Author Commented:
conagraman: this is for 2003, i have 2007.  I don't have the advanced edit option.
looks like you just create an email. insert a table into the new email add your pics and text to the table. then cut and paste everything in your new email into a new signature

works in 2010 too

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Conagraman that's exactly how I created my signature.

Created the signature with my name, company, and all of the information that is associated with my company, then inserted the image I wanted that best represented my company and a little copy and paste into Outlook's signature box, and wallah.  
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