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Chapter 18. Creating New Messages > Composing Your Email Message

Composing Your Email Message

Now that you've addressed your message, you can use the formatting capabilities of the mail format you've chosen to compose a meaningful email message. In addition to typing and formatting text using tables, bullets, numbering, colors, font sizes, and styles, depending on your mail format, you can control a variety of other message options including signatures, attached files, images, voting options, and delivery options.

Signatures

Many people sign every email in the same way. My email messages are always signed with my full name, Patricia Cardoza. On a rare occasion, I sign only my first name, but around 90% of my emails are signed with my full name. If the majority of your email messages require the same signature, or you have a long email signature that includes your name, title, company address, phone number, and email address, consider creating one or more email signatures to use with your email messages. An email signature is nothing more than a block of text containing whatever information you want to appear at the end of your email. Outlook can automatically insert that information depending on which options you select.


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