moderated Re: [External] cool trick with signatures in Outlook
Van Lant, Robin
When I hit Alt M in a message, it takes me to the list of possible “From” addresses I have. In my office context, I can send email as myself or from one of several shared email account. I suppose that this will change your signature if you have signatures tied to specific email accounts you may send from, but I don’t. I haver three or four signatures that I use within my primary email account.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Cook, Steve
Sent: Wednesday, June 3, 2020 1:19 PM
Subject: Re: [External] cool trick with signatures in Outlook
You can also use Alt M and then choose your signature.
Steve Cook, CPM
Assistive Technology Consultant
SC Commission for the Blind
1430 Confederate avenue
Columbia, SC 29201
Office: (803) 898-8788
Cell: (803) 908-3856
I accidentally discovered a cool trick in Outlook. If you have more than one type of email signature, based on the audience of your email, I thought we had to go select the one we wanted each time from the Insert Ribbon under signatures. Here’s the trick, as long as you have a default signature in any new email you create, you can simply arrow down into that signature text and open the context menu. The list of your signatures are right there for you to select from and the whole thing will quickly update. Sometimes the Outlook developers surprise me with the shortcuts they code.
Using Windows 10, JAWS 2020, Office 365
Robin Van Lant
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