How to Set Up Outlook Email With Image Signature Using Word

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The Microsoft Outlook e-mail program allows users to create an e-mail signature that may be attached to each outgoing e-mail. Generally, an e-mail signature contains information similar to that of a business card.The e-mail signature may contain formatted fonts, images and HTML formatting. You can create your e-mail signature in Microsoft Word and then transfer the signature to Outlook to configure and save your e-mail signature.

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Instructions

    Create Your Email Signature in Microsoft Word

  1. 1

    Open the Microsoft Word program. A new blank document is displayed.

  2. 2

    Type the content of your e-mail signature. Format the font as you would like to see it in the signature.

  3. 3

    Click the "Insert" option on the top navigation bar in Word, and select "Picture." Browse to the image to insert and click the image file. The image is loaded into the Word document. Drag the sides and right bottom corner of the image to resize the image to your specifications.

  4. 4

    Finalise your signature formatting and content. Keep in mind that the font should be large enough to read, but should not distract from the email message.

    Configure Your Outlook Email Signature

  1. 1

    Open the Microsoft Outlook program.

  2. 2

    Click "Signature" from the "Message" tab on the top navigation ribbon, and then click "Signatures."

  3. 3

    Click "New." Type a name for the new signature and click "OK." The Edit Signature box opens.

  4. 4

    Drag your mouse cursor over the entire signature you created in Word, right-click on the highlighted area and click "Copy."

  5. 5

    Right-click inside the "Edit Signature" box in Outlook and click "Paste." Format any last minute changes and click "OK." Your e-mail signature is configured in Outlook.

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