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How to create a signature with pictures or logos in Outlook 2003


You must use Microsoft Office Word 2003 as your e-mail editor when sending signatures with pictures or logos.

  • Main Outlook window → Tools menu → Options → Mail Format tab.
  • Message format → Compose → click the message format that you want to use the signature with.
  • Under Signature → Signatures → New.
  • Enter a name for your new signature box.
  • Under Choose how to create your signature, select the option you want.
  • Next → Advanced Edit.
    NOTE: When the dialogue box appears cautioning you that an editor not part of Microsoft Office Outlook will open, click Yes.
  • Design your signature.
    When you are ready to insert a picture or logo, on the Insert menu → Picture → From File.
    NOTE: If you are designing your signature in Word, make sure that you press SHIFT+ENTER at the end of each line of text. If you press only ENTER, Outlook inserts your signature so that the recipient sees your signature in double-spaced format.
  • Close the advanced editor, ensure that you click Yes to save your changes.
  • When you finish editing the new signature → OK.
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