Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Adding a Signature
Composing and
Sending Email
— If you want this signature to be part of all new messages you send, then
select it from the “New messages” drop-down list.
— If you want this signature to be part of all emails you forward or create in
response to an email you received, then select it from the “Replies/forwards”
drop-down list.
6. Wheneverythinglooksgood,clickOK.
Outlook saves your new signature.
If you’ve made your signature the default for outgoing messages, then the
signature automatically appears in the message area when you compose an email. (You
can edit the signature inside the email message, but your changes apply only to that
email. If you want to edit a signature for all outgoing email, see the next section.)
Choose the signature you
want to use as a default.
Figure 10-5:
Create, organize, and
apply signatures in the
Signatures and
Stationery dialog box.
Signatures you’ve
created appear
here.
If you manage more than one email
account with Outlook, choose an
account here.
Write a signature here.
Editing a signature
If you need to edit a signature, go back to the Signatures and Stationery dialog box
(make sure the Signature tab is selected). Choose a signature from the “Select
signature to edit” list, and it appears in the “Edit signature” text box. Make your changes,
and then click OK to save them.
 
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