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I have scanned my letterhead into my PC and it saved as a jpeg. How or what can I purchase to be able to save it as a template that I can insert in a letter and send via email?
If you scanned just the logo part of the letterhead rather than the whole sheet you can import that image file into a program such as Word or any other word processor. In Word for example you would go to the Insert menu and then pick Picture and then choose From File and browse to where you have your jpg saved. Then it will place it in the document. From there you would double click the image which will bring up the Format Picture options and then go to the Layout tab. Then pick In front of text so it won’t make the image in line with the text. This allows you to move the image freely and resize it.

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