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picture for gmail signature - can it be a hyperlink?

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Hi! I set up my gmail signature so that it is an image of my company's logo. I would like it to be a hyperlink, so that if someone clicks on the logo it will take them to my website. I've done this in Microsoft Outlook, but I can't figure out how to do it in gmail.
Can anyone help me?
Thanks!
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Highlight the picture and press on the link button above signature. A popup will appear and enter the web URL you want to link to. Simple!
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Thanks for answering. However, when I followed your instructions, it placed the url under the logo, and only the url is clickable. Any ideas?
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I tried this again and it worked. Thanks!
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