How to Add Your Signature to Hotmail
What is the best in the process of automatization is the simple reason that you do not have to do a great deal of routine. And, indeed, one of such routine is a signature when you write emails. Naturally, you do not have to bother yourself regarding it anymore: Hotmail provides such an option for its account. Moreover, there is perhaps nothing easier than to do it. So, just follow the step-by-step guide offered below and enjoy the experience of using Hotmail.
Step 1. In the first place, type the address of Hotmail (http://hotmail.com/ or http://outlook.com/) in the address line of your browser. Also, you can choose Outlook.com, the way Hotmail is officially called now, in the MSN set of programs.
Step 2. Enter the name of your account or your phone number along with the password. Click on the "Sign in" button.
Step 3. In the up-right corner of the browser, find an icon of the menu of Settings, which is located between the bell icon and the question mark icon. Click on it.
Step 4. In the pop-up menu, clink on the last button: "Options."
Step 5. In the large menu that was opened on the screen's left side, give a double click on "Shortcuts." After having done so, click on "Add an email signature."
Step 6. After having entered the section of setting email signature, place a tick near each line that you consider a suitable for you (it specifies when the signature should be added). In the bottom chat box, enter the signature that you want to be present in your letters.
Step 7. After you have made sure that you entered all data correctly, click on the "Save" button. Now, you can write letters without being bothered to fuss over adding a signature. Congratulations and enjoy using the Hotmail service!