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Email signatures are an easy way to add your brand to emails, but can be confusing if you’ve never done it before, especially if you’d like to create consistent email signatures company-wide. Below I’ll detail how it’s done, with help from Ellen Adams, Microsoft Office Outlook Program Manager on Microsoft’s online blog.
- The first step is to create the desired signature on one computer.
- If you’d like to use a logo with the contact info next to it (rather than below), start a new Word document, and insert a 2 column table. Insert your logo in one column, and your contact info in the other.
- Go ahead and re-size your logo or format the text just as you’d like it to appear in the signature. If you don’t want the table to be visible, right-click, choose Borders & Shading, and select None.
- Open Outlook, and from the Tools menu, click Options, and select the Mail Format tab, then Signatures.
- Click New to create a new signature.
- Copy the signature in your Word document, table and all, paste it into the signature window, and save it.
- Congratulations, you’ve now created a signature! That’s great, but how do you make sure that everyone in your company is using a consistent signature? Keep reading, I promise it’s easy! Read more…