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Email SignatureDan Whiting2017-11-14T17:31:35-05:00
These instructions assume you’re using Windows 10, Chrome and Outlook 2013
Create a blank email signature in Outlook
- Open Outlook and create a new email.
- In the Include/Insert section of the Ribbon location Signatures, click on it so the drop down menu appears.
- Click on Signatures… at the bottom of the menu.
- If you have an existing signature named NFXF, please delete it. You can also delete any previous versions of your signature at this time.
- Click New to create a new signature and name it “NFXF” and click OK.
- Leave the signature blank and set it as your default signatures for New messages and replies/forwards.
- Click OK to close the Signatures window.
- Close the email message and Outlook.
Save your generated signature file
- Find your name below and click “Download NFXF.htm” link. The file will either automatically save or Chrome will present you with a save as dialog.
- If you get a save as dialog, save the NFXF.htm file to you computer, remember the location as you will need to move this file later.
- If your file is automatically saved to your computer, it’s likely in your downloads folder and will be named NFXF.htm.
- After the file is saved, you can easily open the file location by clicking the filename in the bottom of Chrome and selecting “Show in Folder“
Locate your Outlook signature folder
- Click Start and click File Explore
- Paste the following line into the address bar:%userprofile%AppDataRoamingMicrosoftSignatures
- Take your NFXF.htm signature file which you downloaded earlier and use it to replace the NFXF.htm file in your signature folder. You can do this by copying and pasting it into the signature folder and selecting replace when prompted. If you are not prompted to replace, double check that you named your signature NFXF.
- Open Outlook and your signature should be ready to be used.