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Use e-mail signatures in Outlook 2010

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To create an e-mail signature, you first:

Scan your handwritten signature.

Start the Signatures and Stationery dialog box.

Create a new e-mail message.

Decide how you want to format the text in the signature.

When you create your first e-mail signature, that signature will automatically be applied to all new messages.

True.

False.

Fancy formatting, such as bigger or more colorful fonts, will not be visible to someone who receives e-mail in this format:

Plain text.

Rich Text.

HTML.

You can resize a picture by using the Signatures and Stationery dialog box.

True.

False.

In order to switch from one signature to another in a message:

Delete the default signature and then copy and paste the new one from a different message.

Switch the signature from the Signatures and Stationery dialog box.

Use the Signatures button on the ribbon and select a different one from the list.

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