- Add HTML and images to your signature in Mail for Windows 10
- Add a signature in Mail for Windows
- Add images and formatting to signatures
- Tips for creating an electronic signature
Add HTML and images to your signature in Mail for Windows 10
You can add your own signatures to messages you send from your Mail for Windows accounts. Learn how to automatically add text, HTML, and even images to the end of every email you write.
The instructions in this article only apply to the Mail app for Windows 10.
Add a signature in Mail for Windows
If you have multiple email accounts set up in Mail for Windows, you can create separate signatures for each account or use the same signature for all accounts. To change the default signature added to emails:
Open Mail for Windows.
Select equipment in the lower left corner to open settings.
Select Signature in the settings menu.
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Check box Apply to all accounts or select an individual account from the drop-down menu.
Enter your desired email signature in the text box. By default, Microsoft sets the text to “Sent from Mail for Windows 10”. Rewrite this text to change it.
Select Save †
When you compose a new email in Mail for Windows, your signature automatically appears at the bottom of the message.
Add images and formatting to signatures
Initially, Mail for Windows 10 only supported plain text signatures. You can now use different fonts and add images to captions without cumbersome workarounds. Use the toolbar above the text box to add links, images, and rich text to your signature. You can even enable emoticons.
Tips for creating an electronic signature
Try to keep it simple when creating your electronic signature. A suitable signature could be:
Multiple lines of text (no more than four or five)
Simple text style with multiple colors
Small image or logo