Create Custom Signature In Outlook

We all have our own signatures, right? Few people may need to add some images and links to the signatures so that they can allow people to know about them. I also wanted to do the same. I wanted to include my professional community links in my signature. Here I will explain how can you do that. I hope you will like this.

Steps to create custom signature in Outlook

You can always modify or create a new signature. Here I will create a new one. So shall we see the steps?

Step 1: Login to your Outlook and click on New Email. Now you will get a new Email page. Go to Signature tab and click Signatures.

Signature Tab In Outlook
                                          Signature Tab In Outlook

Step 2: Click the “New” button and type your signature name in the given text box. Then click on OK.

Create New Signature In Outlook
                  Create New Signature In Outlook

Step 3: Now click on the signature name and type the text you need to appear in your signature.

Text Signature In Outlook
                                                          Text Signature In Outlook

Step 4:

So you have created a normal signature. Now we will include some Images in our signature and will add links to those. To include an image, click on the image icon on the right side.

Adding Images In Outlook Signature
                                                   Adding Images In Outlook Signature

Now load the image and click Insert.

Step 5: The only thing pending is we need to add link to the image, right? For that, select the image you just loaded, and click on the link button.

Adding link to image in signature
                                                      Adding link to image in signature

Step 6: Now type the link in the address text box and click OK.

Image With Link In Outlook Signature
                                                Image With Link In Outlook Signature

So when everything is done, just click OK.

Custom Signature In Outlook
                                                      Custom Signature In Outlook

That is all, we have created our Signature.

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