How to Change Your Signature in Outlook

Many email users want to personalize their emails and make email go quicker by using a signature. A signature is text that is automatically attached to all of a user’s emails, rather than typing it in every time an email is sent. Some users will want to change their signature from time to time, and if you would like to change your signature, the following tutorial will teach you how to change your signature.

1. Logging on and signing in- Open your web browser and go to or and click on Outlook. Sign in with your email address and password.

2. Inbox- You will be in your Outlook inbox. In you inbox at the top right of the page, you will see a gear icon next to your name. Click the gear icon, then click Options.

3. Writing and email- Under Options are several categories, one of which is Writing and Email. Under this category is an option titled Formatting, font, and signature. Click Formatting, font, and signature.

4. Changing your signature- You will see two text boxes, the top to change your font and the bottom to change your signature. Click inside the bottom text box, delete the current text, and enter your new text. After you are finished entering your new signature text, click Save to apply it.