How to Add a Signature to Outgoing Emails in Hotmail

If you use your Hotmail account for personal purposes only, you may not need a signature. However, if you use it partially as a business account or frequently find yourself typing the same thing at the end of every email, use a signature instead. This signature is included at the bottom of each of your emails, saving you the hassle of typing your name and/or address and other information every time you send an email.


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      Direct your browser to Hotmail. Sign into your Hotmail account if you have not done so already.

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      Hover your mouse over your name where it appears in the upper right corner of Hotmail. This displays a list of options. Click "Options" in this list.

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      Click the "Mail" option, located at the far left side of the screen between "General" and "Privacy." Click "Message font and signature" in the "Writing email" section of the page that appears.

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      Type the signature of your choice into the "Personal signature" field. You can add signature information in a variety of ways. Look at emails you admire from friends or colleagues to see what they include in their signatures. Do they include their email, phone number and LinkedIn page? Experiment with what works best for you. When you are done, click "Save."

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