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Email signature - Outlook 2010
What is an email signature and how to create yours

In order to see all the information that you can include inside a complete email signature you can read the Email signature - Outlook 2007 article in our knowledge base.

With an email signature, formal or informal, the sender of a message can include his/her information, so the receiver to know exactly from whom this message came.

With an easy and automatic way an email signature can be added at the end of a message without the need to be added by the user manually every time. You can follow the steps bellow on how to add your email signature in Outlook 2010.

Email signature creation in Outlook 2010

  1. Login to Outlook 2010.
  2. Open a new message and find the Message tab. Inside there find the Inclusion option and click the Signature button. Next click the Signatures button.
  3. Inside the Email Signatures tab click the New button to create a new signature. 
  4. Type a name for this signature and then click the OK button.
  5. Next go to the Signature Edit and type the text for your new signature.
  6. You can also format the text using the style and format tool bar.
  7. Finally click the OK button to save your new signature.

Insert the new signature in emails

Now that you have created a new signature you can select it to be inserted in your new emails automatically following the steps below.

  1. Login in to Outlook 2010 if you are not already logged in.
  2. Open a new message and find the Message tab. Inside there find the Inclusion option and click the Signature button. Next click the Signatures button.
  3. Below the Select Default Signature category find the Email Account list and select an email address that you will associate with the email signature.
  4. From the New Message list select the email signature that you want to be included in all the new email messages.
Now if you create a new message you will see the new email signature that is automatically added.
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