Adding letterhead or logo to letters

We would like to add our letterhead/logo to the engagement letter and client letter.  We don't use pre-printed letterhead, but add it as header and footer to all our documents.  How do we add it into Profile directly?


Good morning, you can absolutely add a graphic to any of the letter templates in ProFile.

Go to "Options" -> "Template" and choose the letter you would like to modify.

Click on "Edit"  or, alternatively, you can simply open the letter, right-click anywhere and select "Edit template". 

While in the edit mode, click on "Insert" and choose "Graphic". Logos, signature graphics, and more can be added to the templates but should should not exceed 400kb (this is an estimate – larger files causes ProFile to become unstable). Images have to be *.bmp or *.wmf. Headers and footers are not supported by ProFile.

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