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Create Email Signatures in Outlook for Mac

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A signature may be considered the most important part of an email. It’s where a recipient can locate the correct spelling of your last name, your mailing address to send an important package, or your phone number to get in contact quickly.

Outlook for Mac can appear differently when compared to the traditional Outlook 2013 on a PC. And when it comes to your signature, it’s important to know how to add, edit, and adjust your signature in Outlook on any type of computer.

Watch the video above and follow the steps below to locate where to make these changes.

  1. In the menu bar, select Outlook (see photo below)
  2. From this drop-down, select Preferences.
  3. A window will appear.
    • Click Signatures.
      • This is where you can add new signatures, adjust previous signatures, and delete old signatures.

To learn more about signatures in Office 365 read about how to create email signatures in Outlook 2013/2016 for PC and on the Outlook Web App or how to add an image to your email signature in Outlook on the Web.

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