Outlook allows you to create a personalized signature for the messages/emails that you send/forward/reply. In this personalised signature, you can add text, image, electronic business card, and logo. You can also set, to which messages/emails this personalised signature would be attached. So let us begin with the steps for, How to create and add Signatures to the messages in MS Outlook 2016?
Steps to create and add Signatures to the messages in MS Outlook 2016:
Step 1: Open your Outlook 2016 window, under Home tab in New group click on New Email button.
Step 2: A new Untitled Message window will open. Under Message tab, in Include group click on a Signature drop down button and select Signatures.
Step 3: A new Signatures and Stationery window will open. Under Email Signature tab you will find a Select signature to edit section, click New button to create a new Signature.
If you want to edit any previously created signature, click on that and edit it.
Step 4: A New Signature window will open, it will ask to type the name that you want to give to your new signature. Type the name and click OK.
Step 5: Now in Signatures and Stationery window, under Edit signature section I have typed a name and a designation along with the phone number. If you feel, you can add a business card, picture or a link to your signature from the button present under Edit signature section.
Now under Choose default signature section, in New message box I have selected my newly created signature (James Dwayne), so all my new messages will carry my newly created signature. Similarly, I have selected the newly created signature (James Dwayne) in Replies/Forwards box also. So all my replies or forwards will also carry this newly created signature. You can set it according to your need.
After you finished creating, your signatures click OK.
Step 6: Now when I opened a New Email I found the newly created signature lying at the bottom of the message body.
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