Signature In Outlook 2010

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An e-mail signature is a block of text that is appears at the bottom of your messages you send. Generally, a signature is used to provide the recipient with your name, e-mail address, business contact information, or Web site URL. A signature file, or sig as it is often called, can easily be created in most e-mail clients. You will have the option to always attach the signature to all outgoing e-mails, or add the signature in specific outgoing e-mails.
In this guide you will learn step by step guide how to add signature in Microsoft outlook 2010.

  1. In Outlook, click the File tab
  2. Click Options
  3. In the Options dialog box, click Mail
  4. Click Signatures to open the Signatures And Stationery dialog box
  5. Click New to open the New Signature dialog box
  6. Type a name for the signature and click OK
  7. Choose a font and font size
  8. Select font format options
  9. In the Edit Signature field, type the text you want to appear in your signature
  10. Add pictures or links to the signature, if you want
  11. Click OK twice to save your signature

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