With the help of signature Editor in the Microsoft Outlook 2013 user can create a custom signature from text, graphics, or business cards. This feature is very useful for making a custom signature, with the help of that no one can access your content unauthorized. And to do this you have to follow some basic and important steps, which is given below in this post of the website.
Steps to use the signature Editor in Microsoft Outlook 2013
1. First of all you have to open the Signature Editor, for this you have to click the File tab and select Options on the left side of the Account Information screen. Then, click Mail on the left side of the Options dialog box and click the Signatures button.
2. At here you can change the font style according to your choice for your signature. And then you can Select the text for which you want to change the font and select the desired font from the drop-down list.
3. At here you can also set the justification (left, center, right) for each line of text separately. The drop-down list that reads Automatic by default allows you to change the color of the selected text. And after that you have to Click OK to accept your changes and close the Signatures and Stationery dialog box.
4. If you want to see your signature in an email, then you click Mail on the Navigation Bar .
5. Now you can click new Email on the Home tab.
6. Now a new Message window displays and your default signature that you inserted into the body of the email.
7.You can also insert an image in your signature, for this you have to open the Signatures and Stationery dialog box again. You can also either delete the text currently in the editor, if any, or create a new signature. Then, click the image button on the editor’s toolbar.
8. You can Insert the Picture dialog box, navigate to the location of your image, select the file, and click Insert.
And then same process will repeat, you can also change the size of the image according to your choice.