How to Add Signature in Outlook 2010?
You can give your outgoing emails a more personalized appearance by adding a customized signature to it. A signature generally comprises text, image, logo, and link representing the sender’s contact details and additional information relevant to the email. If you are also looking to add a personalized signature to your Outlook 2010 program, below we have provided a step by step instructional guide.
Steps to Add Signature in Outlook 2010
1.) On your computer, open Outlook 2010 email program and click on the File button located on the top-left corner of your email program’s window. This will open a drop-down menu on your screen.
2.) From the drop-down menu that appears on your screen, click on the “Options” option. You will be directed to the Outlook Options window.
3.) In the Outlook Options window, you will need to click on Mail option located on the left-hand side panel. This will open the menu for Mail on the right-hand side panel. In the Mail menu, you will need to click on the Signatures button. This will take you to Signatures and Stationery window.
4.) In the Signatures and Stationery window, you will need to click on the New button to begin creating your new signature. After clicking on the New button, give your new signature a title in the box that pops up on the screen and click on the OK button.
5.) On the next screen, you will be given options to create and customize your signature. Start by entering your signature message in the provided box. To customize as per your preference, you can make use of style menu available in the window. You can change the font, font color, size, alignment etc.
6.) If you wish to add an image, you will need to click on the “Picture” icon located next to the Business Card option. Follow the on-screen prompts to add an image to your signature.
7.) Similarly, if you wish to add a link to your signature, click on the “Link” icon located next to the Picture icon in the Signatures and Stationery window. Follow the on-screen prompts to add a link to your signature.
8.) Next, to make this signature as your default signature for emails, go to the upper-right corner of the Signatures and Stationery window and make your new signature as your default one under “Choose default signature” section. Once you are done making the desired changes in the window, click on the OK button located on the lower-right corner to save the changes.
6.) After that, try sending a test email to see whether or not your newly created signature is appearing in your outgoing emails at the end of the message.
So, this is how you can add a signature in your Outlook 2010 program and get the signature automatically added to your Outgoing emails. You can create a different signature for all your email accounts configured to Outlook 2010.
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