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Creating a Signature with Word as Your E-Mail Editor (Outlook 2000-2002)

Here's how to create a signature if you use Microsoft Word as your e-mail editor:

  1. In Microsoft Outlook, start a new message.

  2. In the new message, select Options from the Tools menu.

  3. Click the General tab.

  4. Click E-mail Options.

  5. Click the E-mail Signature tab.

  6. Under Create your e-mail signature, type and format the text you want to use for your signature.

  7. In the Type the title of your e-mail signature or choose from the list box, type a name for your signature.

  8. Click Add.

  9. Under Choose your default e-mail signature, click the name of a signature in the Signature for new messages list box and the Signature for replies and forwards list box. Click (None) if you do not want to use a default signature.

To insert a signature into a message when using Microsoft Word as your e-mail editor, click the Insert menu, select AutoText, select E-mail Signature, and then click the name of a signature.

(Posted 06/08/2004)