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:
- From the Tools menu, select Options.
- Under the General tab, click on the Email Options button.
- 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.
- Under Create your email signature, insert the text or pictures, or both, that you want to use for a signature.
- Check the box next to Don't use when replying or forwarding if you only want the signature to apply to new messages.
- To create another signature, click New, and repeat steps 3 through 5.
- 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.