6 Easy Steps To Add An Email Signature In Outlook 2013

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    September 10th, 2015
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    September 6, 2019
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The outlook is one of the important software of Microsoft, which is used to send, receive and store the emails, contact information, etc. MS outlook has many unique features such as emails filter, block unwanted emails or junks, sync Google calendar with Outlook, “post-it” note, etc. One of the best features of MS Outlook is an email signature. An email signature is used to add contact details with the messages.

The unique thing in this is that you can easily enable or disable this functionality and also set the email signature for specific messages by setting the rule in it.

Easy Steps to Add an Email Signature in Outlook 2013

Here are 6 important and easy steps to add an email signature in Outlook:

  1. Open an “Outlook” and click on the “File” button.

  2. On the left hand side. Click on the “Options”.

  3. In the left side dialog box on the “Outlook Options” dialog box. Click on “Mail”.

  4. On the mail screen, click on the “Signatures” button.

  5. Click on “New” and create signature under the “Select Signature to edit” box on the “Signatures and Stationery” dialog box.

  6. After creating a new signature a new dialog box displays and asking for a name. Enter a descriptive name and click “OK”.

Important: You can also set the default email signature in Outlook 2013 and choose whether to include signature on particular mail or not from the drop-down boxes on the right-hand side of the “Signatures and Stationery” box.

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Conclusion

The email signature option lets you remove the hassle of inserting your initials each time. You can use the above method to add an email signature in Outlook 2013. If you face any complexity doing this then don’t hesitate to ask in the comment section. I hope this will help you out.

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