How to Create a Signature in Microsoft Outlook 2013
Create a Signature in Microsoft Outlook 2013
Why type your signature each time you send an email? Have Outlook do it for you.
Create a signature
Figure – insert a signature
Click on Signature in the Message ribbon
Click Signatures – this takes you to the Signatures and Stationery section
Type a name for the signature
Figure – name the signature
Type a name for the signature so that you can identify it later.
Type the signature
Figure – type the signature or copy and paste the text from another location
- In the white space, type the text for the signature.
- Use the formatting options to format the signature.
- You can add a hyper link or pictures as well.
Choose a default signature
Figure – set a default signature to be used all the time
If you want to have a signature appear automatically on every new email select the signature from the New messages option.
To have a signature appear automatically on every reply or forward, select the signature from the Replies/forward option
Insert a signature from the ribbon
Figure – insert the signature
Click on the drop down under Signature
Select the signature to add
Figure – signature is added
A signature is added!
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