Outlook Signatures on Windows

Creating an email signature

1. Select File


2. Select Options


3. Select Mail


4. In the Compose Messages tab, select Signatures

Compose Messages

5. When the Signatures and Stationery window opens, select the Email Signature tab.

Signatures and Stationery

6. Select New and  type a name for the signature you want to create. 


7. In the Edit Signature box, type in your new signature and format it to your liking. 

Edit Signature

8. Select OK



Automatically adding a signature to messages

1. Select File


2. Select Options


3. Select Mail.


4. In the Compose Messages tab, select Signatures

Compose Messages

5. Under Choose Default Signature, choose the signature you wish to make your default. Select OK.

Choose Default Signature

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