How to Add a Picture to My Signature in Apple Mail


Apple Mail follows in the same user-friendly footsteps of the Mac OS X operating system, letting you easily create custom signatures with links and images. Adding an image such as a website banner or company logo to your email signature gives your emails a professional look. As you won't be able to change the image size once you have added it to your signature, make sure to format your image beforehand.

  • Click the "Mail" icon in your Dock to open Apple Mail. You can also access Mail through your Applications folder.

  • Select "Mail" from the top menu bar, then select "Preferences."

  • Click the "Signatures" tab in your "Preferences" window. Select the signature to which you want to add an image.

  • Click the "Finder" icon in your Dock to open a new Finder window, then locate your email signature image. Move the Finder window to a position where you can see your Mail Preferences.

  • Drag the image and, still holding your mouse, move it to the email signature information window. Release your mouse when you see the green "+" sign to add the image to your signature.

Tips & Warnings

  • If you do not have a photo editing application on your Mac for formatting your photo, change image size in "Preview," which is located in your Applications folder. You can add any size image to your email signature, but keep in mind that most images in email signatures are 200 pixels wide or less.

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