Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Creating and Using Signatures
A signature is a section of text that is added automatically to the end of email messages that you
create. It can include your name, title, company name, and other information that you want to
include with all messages. Note that this is distinct from a digital signature , a security device that is
covered in Chapter 20.
Creating and Editing Signatures
You can define as many different email signatures as you need. To define a signature:
Select Options from the Tools menu to open the Options dialog box.
Click the Mail Format tab.
Click the Signatures button to open the Signatures and Stationery dialog box.
If necessary, click the E-mail Signature tab (shown in Figure 5.22).
Click the New button to open the New Signature dialog box.
Enter a name for the signature and click OK to return to the E-mail Signature tab.
Enter the desired text in the Edit Signature field, using the formatting tools that are
provided to change font, alignment, and other aspects of formatting. You can also copy text
from Word or another program and paste it here.
Click the Save button to save the signature.
Working with email signatures.