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Create a signature

  1. Select File, and then select Options.

  2. Select Mail, and then select Signatures.

  3. On the E-mail Signature tab, below Select signature to edit, select New.

  4. Type a name for the new signature, and then select OK.

  5. In the Edit Signature box, add your signature information, and then select Save.

  6. In Choose default signature:

    1. Select the E-mail account you want to use this signature for

    2. Select the signature you want to use for New messages

    3. Select the signature you want to use for Replies/forwards
      Note: select (none) if you don't want a signature attached to New messages or Replies/fowards.

  7. If you want to create a signature for another email account in Outlook, like your personal email, select New and repeat steps 4 through 6.

  8. When you are done, select OK, and select OK again.

Change a signature

  1. Select File, and then select Options.

  2. Select Mail, and then select Signatures.

  3. In Select signature to edit, select the signature file you want to edit, make changes in Edit signature box, and then select Save.

Stop attaching a signature

  1. Select File, and then select Options.

  2. Select Mail, and then select Signatures.

  3. Under Choose default signature, select (none) for New messages and Replies/forwards.

  4. Select Save, select OK, and then select OK again.

Transcript goes here. Example:

Setting up your email in Outlook 2016 takes just a few steps.

The first time you open Outlook, you'll be prompted to create a new profile.

Type a name for the profile and select OK.

If you're not prompted to create a profile, select File and Add Account.

On the Add Account page, type your name and email address, and then type the password you got from your organization or Internet service provider.

Select Next, and when the account setup is complete, select Finish.

And you're done! Now you can start using Outlook to send and receive email.

Learn more at support.office.com.

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