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How to align or float images in Outlook signatures?

For making Outlook signatures look neat and nice, sometimes you may want to align the images in the signature. But how? It’s impossible to edit inserted pictures in the signature editor at all. Do not worry! This article will introduce two solutions to align or float images in Outlook signatures.

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arrow blue right bubble Align or float images in Outlook signatures with Wrap Text feature

We can insert the signature whose images you will align into an email, and then align or float its images with the Wrap Text feature in message body.

1. In the Mail view, click Home > New Email to create a new email.

2. In the new Message Window, please click Insert > Signature, and then click the specified signature whose images you will align from the drop down list. See screenshot:

3. Now the signature is inserted into the message body. Right click the image you will align, and select Wrap Text and any one of wrapping styles from the right-clicking menu.
In my case, I select Wrap Text > Square from the right-clicking menu. See screenshot:

And then move text paragraphs and the image until they align well.

4. Copy the whole signature content with selecting and pressing the Ctrl + C keys.

5. Click Insert > Signature > Signatures.

6. In the opening Signatures and Stationery dialog box, please:

(1) In the Select signature to edit section, click to select the signature whose images you will align;
(2) In the Edit signature section, remove original signature content, and then paste new content with pressing the Ctrl + V keys simultaneously;
Note: After pasting, the aligned image may disappear in the Edit signature section. Please not worry, it will display normally when inserted into emails.
(3) Click the OK button.

7. Close the new email without saving.

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arrow blue right bubble Align or float images in Outlook signatures with Table feature

Sometimes, it might not meet you need by aligning images with the Wrap Text feature in Outlook. Actually, you can also align images in Outlook signatures with a table.

1. In the Mail view, click Home > New Email to create a new email.

2. In the new Message Window, please click Insert > Signature, and then click the specified signature whose images you will align from the drop down list. See screenshot:

3. Now the specified signature is inserted into the email body. Go ahead to click Insert > Table, and then specify the numbers of table columns and rows as you need in the drop down list.
In my case, I insert a 2x1 table. See screenshot:

4. Move image into one column, and move all text paragraphs into the other column. See screenshot:

5. Select the whole table, right click and select AutoFit > AutoFit to Contents from the right-clicking menu. See screenshot:

6. Keep the whole table selected, and click Format Text > Table > No Border.

Make any adjustment as you need. And then replace the original signature content with the new table by steps we introduced in the first method.

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    ilona · 1 years ago
    Hi, thanks for this. I tried both these options and they look great on the desktop, but when I send an email opened on a mobile phone, the text is not alligned. ( ie the text on the right hand side, or second text box.) Its all over the phone screen. Do you know what I can do to ensure it looks the same as on desktop? Thanks
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    GV · 1 years ago
    thanks a lot for this!
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    rootdown42 · 2 years ago
    Much appreciated for providing the solution to this issue.
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    PJ · 2 years ago
    I am so happy I found this because I was going crazy trying to figure this thing out. FINALLY! Thank you so much for this. :)
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    Anthony Okoye · 2 years ago
    This was of great help to me. Lots of thanks.
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    Katie · 2 years ago
    Hi - after pasting the table in the edit signature section, the borders reappeared and I can't remove them. What am I doing wrong?
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    Clint · 2 years ago
    Thanks for the note:
    Note: After pasting, the aligned image may disappear in the Edit signature section. Please not worry, it will display normally when inserted into emails.
    It didn't dawn on me that it woulds be there even though I couldn't see it!