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How to add image / logo to signature in Emails in Outlook?

The most recognizable thing of one company, enterprise, or organize may be its logo. It is a good idea to add your logo into signatures in emails. And this article will introduce the way to add a logo or image to your signature in Email message in Microsoft Outlook.

Add a logo or image to signature in Email in Outlook

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Add image / logo to signature in Emails in Outlook

First of all, save your logo as an image. And then you can insert your logo or images into signature with following steps:

1. In the Message window, click the Signature button in the Include group under Message tab.
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Apart from the way above, you can also get the Signature button in the Include group under the Insert tab.
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2. Click the Signatures item in the drop down list.

3. In the Signature and Stationery dialog box, select one signature that you will add a logo or image to in the Select signature to edit box.

4. In the Edit signature section, place the cursor at the position where you will insert a logo or image.

5. Click the Image button .
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6. In the Insert Picture dialog box, select the logo or image you will insert, and click the Insert button. After clicking the Insert button, you can see the logo or image is inserted in the signature.
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7. Click the OK button in the Signature and Stationery dialog box.

Note: Up to now you have inserted your logo or image into selected signature. If you set this signature with logo or image as default signature, the inserted logo or image and original signature information will show in every message you compose automatically.


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    Rebekah · 2 months ago
    Can I stop my email signature from randomly formatting depending on the reciever (i.e. phone, laptop and/or other email software).
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    hakkeem · 1 years ago
    how to reduce the inserted logo or image size
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      Karla · 1 years ago
      Double click on the picture and change the size.
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    Karen · 1 years ago
    How can I make my logo smaller to go under my signature in Outlook?
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    Delina · 1 years ago
    How can I add text next to a photo in signature for Outlook
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    Syed · 1 years ago
    The text could be wrapped around the photo if you use a table. What i did was that I created the signature in the email body using the table and tehn changed the color of borders to white. Then I copied that table into the signatures window.
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      Tang Kelly · 1 years ago
      Hi Syed,
      That might be caused by your image’s arrangement.
      In your composing email, click the image to activate the Picture Tools, and then click Format > Wrap Text > Top and Bottom or other options as you need.
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    Heather · 2 years ago
    How do you get the text to be wrapped around the photo? It seems very limited on what we can do.
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      Jester · 1 years ago
      You can use excel to create your signature, paint the "grid" white to make it invisible on the signature, make sure to merge and resize cells to fit your image and text design accordingly, then select all the cells including the image and copy,
      Then paste the table at your signature on Outlook, then adjust on excel and keep pasting it until perfect.
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    John · 2 years ago
    Yes okay, anyone can insert an image but getting it sized and looking right is another matter entirely! That's not addressed at all in this article.
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    Nick · 3 years ago
    Hi, I have someone producing an email signature complete with logo and they have asked what format I require, JPEG or HTML, I have no idea! I have windows 10, Office 365 and MS Outlook.
    Any help would be welcome.
    Thanks
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    Kathryn · 3 years ago
    Following the above, when someone replies to an email with a signature created like that you get a lot of empty boxes saying "the linked image cannot be displayed." How to get rid of that?
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    Mark Tremblay · 4 years ago
    Will this add a pic to my name when I attend a meeting in the calendar?
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    Mary-Ellen · 5 years ago
    Hi! Mary-Ellen

    Sending you a link on how to create your logo on your signature in Outlook...Hope this helps