We have previously written about adding a picture to an Outlook 2013 signature as a way to include your company’s logo, or any other picture, in the signature of email messages that you send through Outlook. A lot of people enjoy breaking up their emails with images, and signature emails are a popular edit to Outlook settings.
But you may find that you are having difficulty with your signature image, or something inside the image may no longer be accurate. Fortunately you can delete a signature picture in a manner similar to how it was first added. Our guide below will walk you through the steps.
Here is how to delete a picture from a signature in Outlook 2013 –
- Open Outlook 2013.
- Click the New Email button.
- Click Signature in the ribbon, then click the Signatures option.
- Click the signature containing the picture, then click the picture that you want to delete.
- Press the Delete or Backspace key on your keyboard to remove the picture, then click the OK button to save your changes.
These steps are repeated below with pictures –
Step 1: Launch Outlook.
Step 2: Open a new email message by clicking the New Email button at the left side of the ribbon.
Step 3: Click the Signature button in the Include section of the ribbon, then click the Signatures option.
Step 4: Click the signature that you wish to edit from the list at the top-left of the window, then click the picture in the signature. There should be small gray squares around the perimeter of the picture when it is selected.
Step 5: Press the Delete or Backspace key on your keyboard. You can then click the OK button at the bottom of the window to save the signature without the picture.
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