Adding signatures


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Adding signatures

A signature file is the standard term for the short pre-formatted block of text at the bottom of an email message containing all your contact info. It automatically appends itself to the bottom of every email and reply you send. To create your signature in Outlook, head to the File Tab and choose Options. In the Outlook Options dialog, go over to the Mail Tab and choose Signatures. Here's where we get the Signatures dialog box. Since there is nothing in here the first thing that we need to do is click New to create a new signature.

I'm going to create a new one for my Exchange Account, because I have more than one account in Outlook. Now I can actually add the Body of my signature file where I'm going to put in all my contact info. When I'm all done, I'm going to specify that I want this signature file to be used in all replies and new messages from my no-obstacles-inc Exchange Account, when I'm all set, I could hit Save. Because I have two email accounts, I'm g...

Adding signatures
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Adding signatures provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Jess Stratton as part of the Outlook 2013 Essential Training

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Business Education + Elearning
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Outlook
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