Wednesday, September 21, 2011

How To Add Your Signature To Outlook 2010 emails

Step 1

In Outlook 2010, Click the File ribbon and Select Options


Step 2

Click the Mail tab and then Click the Signatures… button.

Step 3

The Signatures and Stationery window should appear.  At this point you probably don’t have any stored signatures, so Click the New button.  Name the new signature whatever you like and Click OK.

Step 4

Now you’ll have access to the body of the signature.  Enter your signature message, once finished Click the Save button.  At this point you can create multiple signatures and assign them as the default for New Messages or Replies/Forwards.  Personally I just use one signature, but it’s a nice perk to be able to use multiple.  To apply all changes and exit, Click OK.


Done!

source:http://www.groovypost.com/howto/add-signature-microsoft-outlook-2010-email/

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2 comments:

I searched everywhere to find this. All these steps worked perfectly well. Thanks for the explanation. I was wondering if there is any way I can put the image behind the line or text.
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