Adding a Email Signature in Outlook
Outlook includes several ways to automatically manage different tasks. This article explains how to control your signatures. You can have a different signature for different email accounts, as well as different signatures for both new messages and replies/forwards.
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To manage a signature, use the following procedure.
- In a new message, select Signatures from the Message tab on the Ribbon. (You can also access Signatures from the Mail tab on the Outlook Options dialog box).
- Select Signatures to open the Signatures and Stationery dialog box.
- In the Signatures and Stationery dialog box, select the signature that you want to edit.
- With the signature name selected, you can change the contents or formatting of the signature. \
- You can select Rename to change the signature name. In the Rename Signature dialog box, type, and new name and select OK.
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- You can select Delete to remove the signature. Outlook displays a warning message. Select Yes to continue.
- If you have multiple email accounts, select the email account for which you want to add an automatic signature.
- Select the signature that you want to use on new messages from the New message drop down list.
- Select the signature that you want to use on reply to or forwarded messages from the Replies/Forwards drop down list.
- Select OK.
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