Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Creating Signatures for Your Messages
2. Click the screenshot button.
A gallery of screens appears. Those are the other programs that are
running on your computer.
3. Click one of the screens from the gallery.
The screenshot you selected is now part of your e-mail message.
4. Finish your e-mail message and send it to someone who can help you.
Creating Signatures for Your Messages
Many people like to add a signature to the end of every message they send. A
signature is usually a small portion of text that identifies you to everyone who
reads your message and tells something you want everyone to know. Many
people include their name, the name of their business, their business’s
web address, their motto, a little sales slogan, or some squib of personal
information.
You can tell Outlook to add a signature automatically to all your outgoing
messages, but you must first create a signature file. Here’s how to create
your signature file:
1. Select the File tab in the Ribbon and click the Options button.
The Outlook Options dialog box appears.
2. Click the Mail button in the navigation window on the left.
The Mail settings dialog box appears.
3. In the Compose Messages section, click the Signatures button.
The Signatures and Stationery dialog box appears, as shown in Figure 5-7.
Figure 5-7:
The
Signatures
and
Stationery
dialog box.
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