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Creating a Signature in Outlook 2013



Outlook 2013


Retyping your contact information every time you send an email can be time consuming and tedious. By creating a personalized signature, you can automatically include contact information in your email. You can even create different versions of your signature for replies or forwards.

To create a signature:

1. Open Outlook Desktop Client

2. On the File tab, click Options.

3. Click Mail, under the Compose section click theĀ Signatures... button.

4. On the Email Signature tab, click New.

5. Enter a signature name, such as "Work" or "Personal." Enter your custom signature.

6. Click OK.

7. Under Choose default signature, for both New Messages: and Replies/forwards:, select the signature just created.




Author: Christopher Bunner

Created Date: 10:16, November 4, 2014

Modified Date: 10:16, November 4, 2014

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