Creating a signature in Outlook

Creating a signature in Outlook 2016 & 2013;
1.Create a new email message.

2.On the Message tab, in the Include group, choose Signature > Signatures.

3.Under Select signature to edit, choose New, and in the New Signature dialog box, type a name for the signature.

4.Under Choose default signature, set the following options for your signature:

In the E-mail account list, choose an email account to associate with the signature. You can have different signatures for each email account.
In the New messages list, choose the signature that you want to be added automatically to all new email messages. If you don’t want to auto sign your new email messages, accept the default option of (none). In the Replies/forwards list, choose the signature that you want to be added automatically (auto sign) when you reply to or forward messages. Otherwise, accept the default option of (none).

5.Under Edit signature, type the signature, and then choose OK.

 

Creating a signature in outlook 2007 & 2010;
1.Open a new message. On the Message tab, in the Include group, click Signature, and then click Signatures.

2.On the E-mail Signature tab, click New.

3.Type a name for the signature, and then click OK.

4.In the Edit signature box, type the text that you want to include in the signature.

5.To format the text, select the text, and then use the style and formatting buttons to select the options that you want.

6.To insert a picture simply “Click picture”, browse to a picture, click to select it, and then click OK. acceptable image file formats for pictures are; .bmp, .gif, .jpg, and .png.

7.To finish creating the signature, click OK.

Extending/duplicating your display

Extending and duplicating displays:

Your computer may not automatically select the correct type of display settings you want when you try to connect a second screen or an external display like a projector.

Please make sure the second display device is already connected and powered on and then follow these steps;

1) click on the start button and navigate to the control panel
1a) If you are using windows 10 you can navigate to the control panel by right clicking on the windows icon and selecting control panel.
2) click on the “display” link
3) On the left hand side of the display window select the “change display settings” link
4) use the drop down menu to select either “duplicate displays” or “extend displays” depending on which you need.

Time is running out for Windows Vista

Mainstream support for windows vista ended in April of 2012 but Microsoft will be ending its extended support of the operating system on 11/04/2017.

If you are using windows vista now is most certainly the time to upgrade your computer or operating system to a much more fluid and user friendly version like windows 7, 8 or 10 support for these operating systems is due to end in 2020, 2023 and 2015 respectively.