Email signatures are a fact of life in the business world, and chances are you’ve got a standard signature that you use for all your outgoing emails. But when you get that promotion and your job title changes, or when the marketing department asks everyone in your company to include the company logo on your signature, you’ll need to know how to change your signature.
The good news is, changing your signature in Microsoft Outlook 2013 uses the same method as that of Outlook 2010, which is outlined below:
Step 1: Click File, then Options in the left-hand menu.
Step 2: Select Mail from the list of options, and then click Signatures.
Step 3: Select the signature you wish to edit and make your changes. You can add images or logos by pasting them into the editor. URLs will be automatically hyperlinked. If you don’t have a signature, you can create one by clicking New. Click OK when finished.
You can also arrive at the Signatures window to change your signature by following these steps:
Step 1: Click New Email button, located at the top-left corner of the Home tab.
Step 2: Click Signatures button, and select the signature you want to modify. You can also create a new signature by clicking New.
Step 3: Make the desired changes to your signature. You can add images or logos by pasting them into the editor. URLs will be automatically hyperlinked. If you don’t have a signature, you can create one by clicking New. Click OK when finished.
You can designate a default signature for outgoing mail and designate whether or not to use your signature for replies by making your selections in the Choose Default Signature area at the top-right of the signature window. Click OK and you’re done!