Add Microsoft Outlook Signature
This article gives you the option by which you can add a Microsoft Outlook signature but let’s talk about Outlook first.
Microsoft Outlook is a component of the office suite family. The most known editions of Microsoft office are Office 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013, Microsoft office 2016, Office 2019 and now Office 2021 is also available.
Whenever you install a Microsoft office package, many applications are installed in the package such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Publisher, Access, etc.
You can easily type letters or documents in Microsoft Word, do many calculations in Microsoft Excel. PowerPoint helps to create business presentation and projects.
Microsoft Outlook allows you to give an access of your emails online or offline. In addition you can add outlook signatures for your business or identity.
If you interested to download and install Office 2007 on your Windows PC then you may download from the links given below:
Outlook even allows you to configure multiple emails on it so you can access all of your emails from one place.
You have an option to add signature on Microsoft outlook for one or multiple emails.
Add Email Signature to Microsoft Outlook 2007
Step 1. To setup or add Outlook signature in outlook 2007, navigate to the Tool Menu from the menu on the top left and select Options.
Step 2. Click on the Mail Format tab and click on Signatures… button.
You will see Signatures and Stationery windows on your screen that allows you create, add, or edit signatures.
Step 3. Another screen will open named Signatures and Stationery on your screen.
- Click on the Email Signature tab.
- Click New to create a new signature.
- It will give you the option to Type a name of this signature so you can recognize if using multiple emails. For example, I have typed Gmail Account and hit on OK button to save.
By doing the steps above, your signature has been set up for your Microsoft Outlook email.
Now on whenever you compose any email, your default signature will automatically come up that will show to the email receiver.Add Microsoft Outlook Signature Click To Tweet