Insert a picture into your signature for Outlook for Mac

Adding an image to your signature has never been easier

Outlook for Mac and other versions of the Microsoft email client under other names (such as Entourage) were not always easy to use for certain tasks. However, newer versions of Outlook for Mac have made adding images to email signatures simple and straightforward.

The instructions in this article apply only to Outlook for Mac.

Create caption and insert image

After you sign in to your account, follow these steps to create a signature in Outlook for Mac and insert a picture into it.

  1. Click Outlook Institutions

  2. In the Outlook preferences window, under Email, click Signatures

  3. Click Add signature (plus icon).

  4. Enter text for your signature and format it using the available formatting tools (font size and color, highlighting, etc.)

  5. Place your cursor where you want to insert your image. Click Pictures in the ribbon menu.

    Select photo browser if you want to select a photo in the Photos app, or Image from file to navigate to an image from your computer.

  6. Select the image you want to add and click Insert

  7. Resize the image if necessary by clicking and dragging the handles of the image

  8. Enter a name for your signature in the field Signature name

  9. Click on icon Save at the top of the signature window.

  10. Close the signature editing window after saving. Your new signature is now available in the signature list.

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