A signature in Outlook is helpful because it allows you to provide recipients with important information that you have selected. Whether this is a mailing address, company logo, a website address or some commonly asked information, you can put that information in your signature.
But if your signature is missing an important piece of information, such as a phone number, then you might be wondering how you can add it to your already existing signature. Fortunately, this is a simple adjustment to make, which you can accomplish with our short guide below.
Add or Change a Phone Number in an Outlook 2013 Signature
This tutorial will assume that you already have a signature set up in Outlook 2013, and that you merely want to add the phone number to that signature, or change something about it. If you do not already have a signature, you can read this article to learn how to set one up.
Step 1: Launch Outlook 2013.
Step 2: Click the New Email button at the top-left of the window.
Step 3: Click the Signature button in the Include section of the ribbon, then click Signatures.
Step 4: Click the signature in the Select signatures to edit box to which you want to add the phone number.
Step 5: Click inside the Edit signature box at the bottom of the window and add the phone number. Click the OK button to save your changes.
Now that you know how to add a phone number to a signature in Outlook 2013, you are able to ensure that this information is included on the emails that you send to your contacts.
Do you also want to add a link to a website or social media to your signature? Learn how with this article.
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