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Microsoft Outlook is the most frequently used email client by professionals and companies. Its
Windows Live Mail, Outlook 2007, Outlook 2010, Outlook 2013 and 2016 versions are very alike, mainly their configuration tabs. With this, the Outlook 2010 tutorial is also useful for the 2013 version, for example.
email signature in Microsoft Outlook
In this tutorial, we’ll write some instructions teaching you how to add an email signature in HTML onto Outlook. We take into consideration that the signature was already created using Bybrand’s email signature editor.
You can also skip all the text and jump right to the end of this article, where you’ll find a complete video tutorial of the feature.
In the official Microsoft Office support, you’ll find the best up to date tutorial. Take a look at Creating and adding a signature to messages. Applicable to
With Outlook open, go the Messages tab, in the Include group, choose Signature => Signatures.
After entering the email signature area of Microsoft Outlook, the next step is to copy the signature created using Bybrand.
Copying the email signature
Please, don’t close Outlook. Go to Bybrand and copy the email signature. You can see how it’s done in the video below:
After that, paste (Ctrl+V) the content in the signature area of Outlook. It’s possible to create more than one signature in Outlook and link them to specific email accounts. Save it and now all your messages will have a signature!
It’s important to enable HTML messages for the signature to be shown correctly.
As promised, here’s a video showing how to add signatures to Microsoft Outlook 2013, that can also be used for the related versions.
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