We know how send an email using hotmail. But no email is completed without putting a signature. Signature means some contact information about you like your name, website address and there also would be your mailing address. Typing every times your signature might be annoying and for that unlike other email providing services, hotmail also provides you to set up a signature that will automatically append on your emails. In this article we will see how to set up a signature on hotmail. It is a very easy process and you just need to follow the step by step instructions given below;
- After login to your hotmail account, select option-more options from the hotmail toolbar.
- Go to “Formatting, font and Signature ” from writing email
- Choose a font of your letter and type the words or name that you want to mark as your signature. You can use different formatting style in your signature like text color, highlight text color, left, center and right align and rich text.
- Click the “Save” button
- Remember, you can hyperlink your name by clicking the “insert hyperlink” tool. In that case you have to select your name first and then click on the tool and you can add your web address there. When your email receiver clicks onto your name, he will redirect your webpage. It is also for self promotion.
- You can also put an image on your signature box. In that case the picture must be from any online source like photo bucket, Picasa etc. You just need to copy the image from online by selecting and pressing Ctrl+c. Now place the cursor on your signature box where you want to put the image and press Ctrl+v to paste the image. If it is downloaded from any photo sharing site, just hyperlink the image to the hosting site. Click “Save”
- You are done, Congratulation!
You can edit or change your signature anytime by using the same process I stated above. After setting the signature, it will automatically include in the email body when you compose an email message. I think it is clear now? Is it?
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