Wednesday, October 2, 2013

How To Change The Signature In Microsoft Outlook

Outlook is an excellent email client that works right from your desktop system, and it does away with the need to go online and sign in to your account every time you need to check your e-mail.
Outlook features many other useful options that make your email handling highly convenient and less time-consuming. In addition, you can save all the data onto your computer, and peruse them while offline. The Outlook email setup is fairly simple, and it takes no genius to figure it out. There are, though, some options, like the email stationary and email signatures, which allow for added customization.
The signature option is one of the most personal among these, and can add professionalism if you create a quality signature. It also looks much better than when you add your name and contact info to the tail of every message. If you have already got a signature set up, here is how you can change it.

Manipulating the Outlook email setup to change the signature
  • Open the program from the Start menu in the desktop of your computer, and then type in Outlook in the field that is shown. When you see an entry displayed for the program, click on it to open it.
  • Choose the Mail option in the left pane of the program, if it is not already chosen by default.
  • At the top left of the window, click on the Office button, after which you must open Options to go to Outlook Options. After this, select the Mail tab in the left-hand pane.
  • Select the Signatures button beside the Create or modify signatures for messages option. This will display the Signatures and Stationary window on the screen.
  • Choose the signature you wish to change from the box labeled Select signature to edit. If there is only one signature set up, that one is obviously chosen by default.
  • Do whatever editing you wish to, with the signature from the Edit signature text box. The buttons over the text box can be used to alter the font, the text size and even to insert an image.
  • Confirm the changes made, by clicking OK in the Signatures and Stationary window, and then by clicking OK in the Options window.
These are the guidelines for changing the signature in Outlook. If you have further queries, contact the Outlook support team and get more assistance.

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