Can I Add My Signature in MS Outlook 2013?

Yes!! You surely can.

Just like any other web-based email client, even MS Outlook 2013 also allows you to add your signature, provided you have attached and mapped your email ID with it. However, unlike the web-based clients, you are required to include the signature manually at the end of every email that you want to send while working with Outlook.

This means that MS Outlook 2013 allows you to add a default signature in its interface but it does not include it at the end of the emails. In order to include the added signature at the end of every email that you want to send, you must press the Signature button available in the ribbon, and then select the desired signature from the available list.

The benefit of having this kind of feature in MS Outlook 2013 is that you can add multiple signatures on your instance of the application, and can select the desired one from the Signature list as per the contents and recipients of the email. This option can also be handy when you have mapped multiple email accounts with your instance of MS Outlook 2013, and you want to include a separate signature for each of them. In such situations, you can include multiple signatures and can select the desired one as per the sender account.

By following the instructions given in this tutorial, you will be able to add one or more signatures to your instance of MS Outlook 2013.

Here’s what you need to do:

    ■Initialize MS Outlook 2013 program by double-clicking its icon.

    ■On the opened interface, click the FILE tab.

    ■From the displayed list, go to Options.


    ■On the opened Outlook Options box, from the left pane, click to select the Mail category.

    ■From the right pane, under the Compose messages section, click the Signatures button.


    ■On the opened Signatures and Stationary box, make sure that the E-Mail Signature
    tab is selected.

    ■Under the Select signature to edit section, click the New button.


    ■On the opened New Signature box, type a unique and self-explanatory name for the new signature.


    ■Click OK when done.

    ■Under the Edit signature text field, type the contents that you want to appear as your signature.

    ■You can also use the appropriate buttons available at the top of the Edit signature field to add business cards, images, or the hyperlinks to your signature.

    ■Once done, click OK to save the signature that you recently created.

The steps above can be followed to add multiple signatures to your instance of MS Outlook 2013.
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