Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Working with E-Mail Attachments
Chapter 20
Communicating with Outlook E-Mail
Table 20-1 Attachment Options
2. From the topic section on the left, choose
Mail. The dialog box displays Mail options.
See Figure 20-17.
Ribbon Purpose
Action
Button
Attach
Navigate to the
locaSignatures button
a file
tion where the file is
stored on your computer
and select the desired
file to attach.
Attach an
Navigate to the Outlook
Outlook
folder containing the
item
item and select the
desired Outlook item.
Attach an
Select a contact from
electronic
your Contacts list.
business
card
Attach
Specify the calendar
your
timeframe (the recipient
Figure 20-17
Viewing Mail options.
Outlook
doesn’t need to use
calendar
Outlook to see your
calendar).
3. Click the Signatures button. The Signatures
and Stationary dialog box appears.
Attach an
Clicking this button lets
electronic
you both create and
signature
attach the signature.
4. Click the New button. In the resulting box,
enter a name for the signature such as Diane,
or Company, then click OK.
Creating an E-mail Signature
An e-mail signature is an address or phrase that
you want to include at the bottom of your e-mail
messages. Perhaps your company name, address
and phone number, or your favorite famous quote.
You can create many signatures and then chose
signatures for different e-mail recipients.
5. In the Edit Signature Box, type and format
your signature clause. See Figure 20-18 for
an example.
Create your own signature by following these steps:
1.
Click the File tab and choose Options. The
Outlook Options dialog box opens.
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