Adding a signature image to Outlook emails?

Adding a signature image to Outlook emails?

I use Mac Outlook, 2018

How do I set the email signature? I have an image which contains it all.
curiouswebsterSoftware EngineerAsked:
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Andrew CeohanSys & Net AdminCommented:
In Outlook, File/Options/Mail/Signatures.  Create a new sig and past image.

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SysToolsData Expert - Recovery,Backup,MigrationCommented:
Please Follow below steps to add Signature Image in Outlook:

1.  On the Outlook menu, select Preferences.
2.  Under Email, select Signatures.
3.  Select  +  Add to add a new signature.
4.  In the Signature editor, type the text that you want to include in your signature. You can:
5.  Add photo, logo or picture to your signature by inserting Pictures from Photo Browser or Picture from file
6.  After you are done creating your signature, close the editor window.
7.  Close the Signatures window.

Adam the 32-bit AardvarkSoftware DeveloperCommented:
There are plenty of  guides on how to create a signature within Outlook for Mac, including the official guide provided by Microsoft.
Still, are you certain you want to use an image-only email signature? You are likely to run into a few problems. To mention a few:
  • recipients will not be able to copy any of your contact details
  • viewing the signature on mobile devices will likely make the signature unreadable due to scaling issues
  • you will significantly increase the size of each email sent
It is much safer and more professional to recreate the layout using HTML
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