How do I insert an image into my Outlook app signature?

Answered by Phillip Nicastro

To insert an image into your Outlook app signature, follow these steps:

1. Open Outlook and go to the “File” tab.
2. Select “Options” from the drop-down menu.
3. In the Outlook Options window, click on “Mail” in the left-hand menu.
4. Scroll down to the “Compose messages” section and click on the “Signatures” button.
5. In the Signatures window, select the signature you want to add the image to in the “Select signature to edit” box.
6. Click on the “Picture” icon (which looks like a mountain and sun) in the formatting toolbar.
7. Browse your computer for the image file you want to add to your signature and click “Insert”.
8. The image will now appear in your signature. You can resize it by right-clicking on the image and selecting “Picture”.
9. In the Picture Format tab, you can adjust the size, position, and other settings of the image.
10. Once you are satisfied with the image, click “OK” to save your changes in the Signatures window.
11. You can now close the Outlook Options window.

It’s important to note that some email clients may not display images in signatures by default. To ensure that your image is visible to recipients, consider linking the image to an online source, such as your website or a hosted image service. This way, the image will be loaded from the web when the email is opened.

Remember to keep the image size small, as large images can increase the email file size and may not display properly on all devices or email clients.

I hope this detailed explanation helps you insert an image into your Outlook app signature successfully!