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Microsoft Outlook E-mail Signature Creator

Though it is possible to create an email signature in Microsoft Outlook, it involves some digging in Outlooks’ settings. But, with the free tool Microsoft Outlook E-mail Signature Creator you can easily create a professional looking e-mail signature using the built-in template format.

Microsoft Outlook E-mail Signature Creator is portable tool. Therefore, you only need to run it and enter all the data you want to appear on your signature and press the Create Signature File button to create a signature.

The application is compatible with Microsoft Outlook 2003 (SP3), 2007 and 2010. Microsoft Outlook E-mail Signature Creator can be downloaded from the following link.


  1. I have to say I found this tool really helpful for a small business I run. It allowed our 8 users to set up a signature with the same format which created a professional standardised look.


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