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Using a Signature - Microsoft Outlook 2002 (Windows XP)

A Signature is a body of text that is automatically appended to each email message that you create. Typically this will consist of your name and title, although many people include a tag line.

To create a signature:

  1. From the Tools menu, select Options.
  2. Under the General tab, click on the Email Options button.
  3. Under the Email Signature tab in the Type the title of your email signature or choose from the list box, type a name for your signature.
  4. Under Create your email signature, insert the text or pictures, or both, that you want to use for a signature.
  5. Check the box next to Don't use when replying or forwarding if you only want the signature to apply to new messages.
  6. To create another signature, click New, and repeat steps 3 through 5.
  7. When you're finished creating signatures, click OK to exit.

Note: A emailMyName signature is added at the end of every email sent through emailMyName.

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