Setting up multiple signatures


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Setting up multiple signatures

You can make your e-mails appear more professional by adding a signature with your name, phone number, and other contact information, and you can make this appear automatically at the bottom of each new message. Outlook even supports multiple signatures, which means you can have one for work, one for family, and one for the homeowners association that you just joined. Begin with a new message and pull down the Signature menu. Here is where your signatures would appear if you had any, but to create one, we'll click Signatures.

In the Signatures window, to get started, we'll click New and provide a name for the signature. Don't worry; your recipients will never see the name of your signature. After giving it a name, click in the large text box and type the signature you'd like to create. You can use formatting to make parts of it to look a little bit more interesting.

When you're finished creating your signature, hit Save. Outlook will automatically append this new sig...

Setting up multiple signatures
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Setting up multiple signatures provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the Outlook 2010 Power Shortcuts

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Business
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