Add a Signature to Outlook 2007
Do you want to add a professional email signature to Outlook 2007? Follow this step-by-step guide and you’ll have a new signature up and running in no time.
Launch Outlook 2007.
Choose one of the following options:
- Click on the Tools menu and select Options. Click on the Mail Format tab and then on the Signatures… button. This will open the Signatures and Stationery window.
- Click New to compose a new email message. Now, click on the Insert tab that appears in the Outlook ribbon. Click Signature then Signatures….
In the Signatures and Stationery window that appears on your screen, click New to begin creating your Outlook 2007 signature. We recommend giving it a name that is easy to remember.
Now, simply use the Edit signature box below to compose your signature. You can format the text with different fonts, colors, and sizes. Then, you can also add images, hyperlinks, and even a virtual business card (vCard).
Under the Choose default signature section, specify which email account the Outlook 2007 signature is to be applied to.
When you’re done, click OK.
When you compose a new message, your signature will automatically appear. If you want to update your new template, return to the ‘Signatures and Stationery’ window to carry out your changes. To create another signature, just follow the above steps again.
Most people find creating an Outlook 2007 signature pretty simple. It doesn’t require much effort and can be completed in a matter of minutes.
Problems arise when you have to manage signatures across multiple users, and you need to ensure everyone is using the same template. To do this, IT administrators have to visit each user’s machine in an organization and carry out signature updates manually.
If only there was an easier way…
If you want to manage Outlook 2007 signatures more effectively, choose Exclaimer This email signature software lets you create and manage professional signatures for all users from one central console.
- Manage and distribute email signatures to all users via a single update.
- User details are taken from your Active Directory and you don’t need to have a Microsoft Exchange Server.
- Have signatures in different formats such as HTML, plain text or RTF.
- Allow administrators to thoroughly test and review a signature before it is sent to users.
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