In most email programs, you can set up a signature to be automatically added to all of your emails, and Outlook 2007 is no different. This saves you the hassle of typing your name and contact information every time you send an email, so is quite a useful feature.
Part 1 – Creating Signatures
1. To create a signature, select New (email) from the file menu (or press Ctrl+Shift+M):
2. From the Include group on the Ribbon, select the Signature dropdown and choose Signatures...
3. Click New and give your signature a name:
5. Now simply press OK to save the signature and return to your email.
Part 2 - Applying Signatures to your Email
1. To add a signature to your email, select the signature name from the Signature drop down when you are in your email message. It will automatically add the signature to your email.
Part 3 - Automagically Applying Signatures
You can automatically attach your signature to every email you send, as you never want to have to click to insert it. To do this, open the Signatures editor from a new email message. (Signature then Signatures..., as shown in Part 1, above)
Select your signature in the list, and choose the appropriate emails to add your signature to.