Use Outlook with Narrator, the built-in Windows screen reader to add a signature to your email messages. You can set the signature to appear automatically at the bottom of new email messages, replies, and emails you forward.
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This topic assumes that you are using the built-in Windows screen reader, Narrator. To learn more about using Narrator, go to Complete guide to Narrator.
Add a signature
By default, the "Sent from my Windows 10 phone" message appears at the end of your emails as your signature. Instead of having the default message, you can create a personalized signature for all your messages.
From your Inbox, to go to the Settings menu, swipe right until you "More options," and then double-tap the screen. Swipe right until you hear "Settings button," and then double-tap the screen.
In the Settings menu, swipe right until you hear "Signature button," and then double-tap the screen. The Signature menu opens.
To edit the current signature, swipe right until you hear "Signature, editable text," followed by the current signature, and then double-tap the screen. Type the new signature using the on-screen keyboard.
After typing the new signature, place a finger on the screen and drag it around at the bottom left of the screen until you hear "Back, button collapsed," and double-tap the screen. The on-screen keyboard closes.
Note: If you don't want to have any signature at the end of your email messages, in the Signature menu, swipe right or left until you hear "On, Use an email signature,," and double-tap the screen to disable the signature. You hear: "Off, Use an email signature."
To close the Signature menu, swipe right until you hear "Back, button collapsed," and double-tap the screen.
To close the Settings menu and go back to your Inbox, swipe right until you hear "Back, button collapsed" and double-tap the screen.
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