How to create a signature in Outlook
Having a default signature means that you can send emails without having to worry about how to sign off. It looks professional, saves a lot of time and effort and means you can focus on the body of the email. Here’s how to create a signature in Outlook.
Go to File and select Options
Go to the Mail tab on the left-hand side and, under the ‘Compose messages’ section, go to ‘Signatures…’
Click on ‘New’ and create a new name for your signature.
Now use the editor to create your signature. You can add text as well as images and hyperlinks.
Set your new signature as a default in the ‘Choose default signature’ section by selecting the email address and setting the signature to by sent with each message, reply or forward.
Press OK and, hey presto! You have a default email signature!
Next week, we’ll teach you how to create signatures for multiple reasons across multiple accounts!