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Create a Business Card Signature in Outlook for Windows

Step by Step

Creating an Electronic Business Card

  1. Open the Contact tool by clicking the Contacts icon (two heads) found at the bottom of the left hand navigation bar in Outlook.
  2. Click New Contact.
  3. Complete the contact information for yourself, but do not click Save & Close.
  4. Instead, click Business Card. This will allow you to format the card to your specifications. You can then use this business card as your signature in Outlook 2013 and 2016. Click Save & Close

Using Your Electronic Business Card as your Email Signature

  1. To have your Electronic Business Card appear as your signature when sending emails, return to your mail by clicking the mail icon found at the bottom of the left hand navigation bar.
  2. Click New Email
  3. In the message window that appears, click Signature on the Message ribbon, then Signature again from the menu that appears.
  4. Place your pointer where you want the business card to appear in the signature text, then click Business Card. 
  5. Click your name in the Filed As list, then click OK.
Topic: 
Email, Communication and Collaboration
Subtopic: 
Email/Exchange
Last updated: 
Tuesday, November 14, 2017
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