creating custom stationery

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2756

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I would like to use a custom stationery in my emails to send thank you notes to clients. I downloaded a free template which is in powerpoint 2010. It has all the bells and whistles with movement, music, etc.

I thought all I would need to do is save the powerpoint slide as an html file in the appropriate directly but PPT 2010 doesn't allow you to save as HTML anymore.

My questions are:

1. Please confirm that the file should in fact be saved as HTML
2. If so, how can I save it so I have all the graphics/animation with it?
3. do I need to add it to my stationery or can i just "paste it into my email?

I'm only going to be using this temporarily over the holidays so i'm looking for an easy, simplified way to accomplish this. Thank you.
 

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Yes, save as html is how you create stationery. Animation is not supported in Outlook, but the graphics will work and, yes, you can select it and paste it into the email, the save that as stationery.
 

2756

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Outlook 2010 64 bit
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Thank you. Are you able to share how I can save as HTML or MHTML? The file is a 2010 powerpoint file that I'm trying to convert.
 
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