Create an email signature in Outlook

Your text will be added automatically

Create an email signature in Outlook so that a predefined set of text (that you can customize) is automatically added to the end of every email you send.

The instructions in this article apply to Outlook 2019, 2016, 2013, 2010; and Outlook for Office 365.

Sign an Outlook email

Create an email signature in Outlook to add your name, social media links, and other contact information at the bottom of your messages.

  1. Go to File > parameters: .

  2. In the dialog box Outlook options select mail .

  3. In chapter Create messages select Signatures .

  4. In the dialog box Signatures and stationery select To create .

    If you have multiple email accounts configured in Outlook, select the drop-down arrow Email account and select the account in which the signature will be used.

  5. In the dialog box New signature enter a name for the new email signature and select Okay .

    If you have multiple email accounts and want to use different signatures for each email account, such as for business and personal accounts, use descriptive names so that you can identify each signature with its email account.

  6. In the dialog box Signatures and stationery enter your email signature in the section Change signature .

  7. Click Okay to save the caption and close the dialog Signature and letterhead .

  8. In the dialog box Outlook options select Okay to return to your email.

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