This article shows you how to create and configure client-side email signatures in Outlook .
Create Email Signature in Outlook
Creating email signatures in Outlook is easy. The only downside you might run into is that Outlook’s signature editor has a fairly basic set of formatting tools.
Follow these steps to set email signature in Outlook :
1. Open Microsoft Outlook from the Start menu or from the taskbar.
2. In Outlook , click File > Options > Email.
3. Then, in the Outlook Options window, on the E-mail tab, click Signatures… in the Compose messages section.
Note: You can also open Signatures by opening a new email message, clicking Signature in the Include group, and then clicking Signature again.
4. In the Signatures and Stationery window, click New to create your Outlook signature. Enter a name for your signature.
5. In the Edit signature section, create your signature block. Use the available formatting tools.
Note: The Outlook editor offers fairly basic formatting tools. If you are not satisfied with the effects they provide, you can use the free email signature generator to generate a ready-made signature template. After customizing the template to your needs, simply copy and paste it into the Outlook editor.
6. In the Choose default signature section, specify which email account should receive the signature (applicable if you use more than one email account) and whether you want to add it to new messages and/or replies/forwards. When all settings are ready, save the changes by clicking OK.
To verify that the signature works correctly, open a new email message. The signature should already be there.
Note: If you didn’t select your signature as a default one, then you need to add it manually every time you write a new message. You can add your signature from the Signature button in the Message ribbon.7. That’s all. If you want to create another signature for other recipients, follow this guide again. You can create as many Outlook signatures as you need, which you can then select using the Signature button in the new message window.