How to Add an Image to Your Outlook.com Signature

How to Add an Image to Your Outlook.com Email Signature

Spruce up your every email for flair and, perchance, marketing: find out here how to add an image to your Outlook.com signature and incorporate a logo, for example.

First, a Scottish Physician Looks at Ancient Shards in Tokyo

Then, he looks at his fingertips.

That uncanny resemblance!

Resemblance, yes… but not identity.

This moment, when Henry Faulds compared the imprints seen on potshards to the grooves on his fingertips, is typically counted as the beginning of fingerprints and fingerprint identification.

Want to add a unique touch to your emails as well in Outlook.com? How about a characteristic image?

How to Add an Image to Your Outlook.com Signature
(Attached)

Time needed: 5 minutes.

To insert a logo, photo, or other image to your Outlook.com email signature using a desktop browser:

  1. Make sure the image you want to add has the right size for email signatures.

  2. Click the settings gear icon (⚙️) in your Outlook.com.

  3. Select View all Outlook settings on the sheet that has appeared.

  4. Go to the Mail | Compose and reply category.

  5. Position the text cursor where you want the image to appear in your Outlook.com email signature.

  6. Click the Insert pictures inline button (Outlook.com Insert Pictures inline button) in the signature’s formatting toolbar.

  7. Find and double-click the image or logo you want to add to your signature on your computer.

    Setting up an Outlook.com signature image

  8. Click Save.

  9. Now click X to return to Outlook.com email.

When you compose an email, the image will be added to the message as an attachment. This ensures the recipient will see it even if remote images are blocked, but it will also increase the size of all emails you send. More importantly, make sure the image is well-optimized.

How to Add an Image to Your Signature
(Hosted on Server and Downloaded When the Email Is Opened)

To add an image located at a server (and downloaded only when the email is opened) to your Outlook.com email signature:

  1. Make sure the image is of the appropriate display and optimized for file size.
  2. Now ensure your soon-to-be signature image is available to fetch from a web site or image hosting service.
  3. Open the image in a desktop browser.
  4. Copy the image in the browser.
    Here’s how: Typically (in Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Opera, for instance), click on the image with the right mouse button and select Copy image from the menu that shows.
    Note: In Microsoft Edge, click on the image with the right mouse button and select Copy from the context menu instead.
  5. Open Outlook.com or Outlook.com beta in the browser.
  6. Go to the email signature settings in Outlook.com. (See above.)
  7. Position the text cursor where you want the image or logo to appear in your signature.
  8. Press Ctrl V (Windows and Linux) or Command V (Mac) to paste the image.
  9. Click Save.

How to Add an Image to Your Outlook.com Signature: FAQ

Can I move or delete the image in the signature?

Yes.

In the signature editor—or while composing an email in Outlook.com—, highlight the image with the mouse or keyboard. Then, you can delete it or cut and paste it with the Ctrl C (Windows and Linux) or Command C (Mac) and Ctrl V (Windows and Linux) or Ctrl V (Mac) keyboard shortcuts.

(How to add an image to your Outlook.com signature in a desktop browser; updated August 2022)

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