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Add or Change Microsoft Outlook Signatures
Oct

27

2015

Add or Change Microsoft Outlook Signatures

In the example below, the clients name is ‘Joe Bloggs’, their email address is ‘joebloggs@cloudnetworks.com.au’. Replace the ‘Joe Bloggs’ below with your own name and ‘joebloggs@cloudnetworks.com.au’ with your own email address such as ‘yourname@yourdomain.com.au’.

Step 1: Open Outlook and from the menu bar, select File.

Step 2: Select Options.
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This will bring up the “OUTLOOK PROPERTIES” dialog.

Step 3: Select Mail and click on Signatures….
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Step 4: The “SIGNATURES AND STATIONERY” dialog will open.
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Step 5: Click New.

Step 6: Give the signature a “name”, e.g. Signature For My Cloud Email.
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and click OK.

Step 7: To add text to your signature, make sure the new signature is selected in theSelect signature to edit section.
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Step 8: Click the left mouse button in the Edit signature section and start creating your signature.
Within the editor you have various options to change the font, colour, insert graphics, etc.
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When finished editing, click Save.

Step 9: Now assign the new signature to your email account.
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In the Choose default signature section, make sure the correct E-mail account is selected under E-mail account:.
From the drop-down lists, select the new signature for New messages: andReplies/forwards:.
Click OK.

Step 10: Click OK.
You have now correctly setup your email signature in Outlook 2010.

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