Join Aaron Quigley for an in-depth discussion in this video Using a custom email signature, part of Office for Students.
As you start using Microsoft Outlook to manage all of your emails, its a…great idea to make sure you've got…custom signatures for each of your email accounts.…Likewise, if I'm choosing to email a friend and…I may choose a different signature for those emails.…To do this, I'm going to click on Outlook in the upper left hand…corner, and choose Preferences, under the…preference section under email, I'll choose Signatures.…Here you can see I have a default standard signature.…When I click on it, it shown that there is nothing there.…That by default,…there is no signature attached to my emails.…I'm going to go and click the Plus button in the bottom left…hand corner and I'm going to go ahead and add a new signature.…
The first thing I'm going to do is give the signature a title.…I'm going to double click where it says untitled and go ahead and type school.…I'm going to come over to my Signature panel and…I can see that it's automatically filling in my name.…If for some reason your Microsoft Office is registered to someone…
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- Creating assignment templates
- Tracking changes and adding notes
- Creating bibliographies and citations
- Presenting in PowerPoint with SlideShare
- Using Excel to manage data
- Keeping school and personal email organized in Outlook
- Setting up a calendar
- Using SkyDrive to back up papers and assignments