SHORT TUTORIAL - SETTING UP A SIGNATURE FOR YOUR EMAILS
A signature is a block of text placed at the bottom of your outgoing
emails to "sign off" and close the messages. The primary purpose of a
signature is to let people know who you are and how to contact you.
Many people also take this opportunity to convey a bit of their
personality through the use of a favorite quotation or a particular
What you include in your signature is up to you, and you may want to
create a couple of signatures - such as one for business and one for
personal use. To set up a signature, follow the steps below for your
Setting Up a Signature for Your Emails When Using ...
Email Program: Windows Live Mail Computer Operating System: Windows Vista and Windows 7
1. With Windows Live Mail open, click your cursor arrow on the down
arrow to the right of the Ribbon, hover your cursor arrow over
"Options" and select "Mail..." from the resulting drop-down menu.
2. When the Options window opens, select the "Signatures" tab.
3. In the "Signatures" section, click on the "New" button.
4. In the "Edit Signature" section, enter the personal signature that
you would like to appear on future emails.
5. In the "Signature settings" section, check the box next to "Add
signatures to all outgoing messages" so that your signature
automatically appears in new emails.