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How to set up an email signature in Microsoft Outlook 2010

Email signatures are an essential part of your business branding and stationery. Design Sense Graphics & Web will provide you with your email signature in two different formats- Microsoft Word and HTML. You will then need to set up the signature in your email program. You will need to use the Microsoft Word version with Outlook 2010 and this article outlines how to set it up correctly.

How to set up an email signature in Microsoft Outlook 2010 Open Microsoft Outlook 2010 and go to File > Options.

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How to set up an email signature in Microsoft Outlook 2010 Select the Mail tab, and then the button called Signatures.

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How to set up an email signature in Microsoft Outlook 2010 Click New to add a new signature, enter a name for it, and click OK. The new signature will now appear in the list.

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How to set up an email signature in Microsoft Outlook 2010 Open the Microsoft Word version of the email signature supplied by Design Sense Graphics & Web.

How to set up an email signature in Microsoft Outlook 2010 Select everything in the Word document by holding down the Control button, then clicking A on the keyboard.
Copy the selection by holding down Control, then press C. You can also copy by right-clicking the mouse and
selecting Copy.

How to set up an email signature in Microsoft Outlook 2010 Return to Outlook and paste the contents of the clipboard into the text editor section of the Signatures and
Stationery window (already open). You can do this by holding down Control and pressing V, or right-click the
mouse and select Paste.

How to set up an email signature in Microsoft Outlook 2010 Select the new signature you have just created to apply to New messages, and Replies/forwards if desired.

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How to set up an email signature in Microsoft Outlook 2010 Click OK, then OK again. Your signature will now automatically be inserted when you create a new email.

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