2 Methods to Resize the Pictures in Your Outlook Signature

When you insert a picture into a signature in Outlook but find it too large, you will wish to resize it. Unfortunately, Outlook doesn’t permit you to change its size in signature editor. Here are 2 available workarounds to accomplish it.

So as to make my signature more intriguing, I intend to insert several interesting pictures. However, after adding the pictures in signature editor, I find that their sizes are not unified. Some of them are too small, while the others are too big. Thus I would like to resize them. However, although I’ve selected the pictures, I cannot change its size. I have no way but to use some other handy workarounds.

Method 1: Resize in Email Message Body

  1. At the beginning, create a new email.
  2. In the New Message window, switch to “Insert” tab and click on “Signature” button. From its drop down list, select the signature whose inner picture you intend to resize. Select a signature
  3. After the signature gets inserted into the email message body, you need to pitch on the picture. And directly drag the picture’s edge to change its size.Drag its edge to resize the picture
  4. After resizing the picture to your desired size, you need to copy the changed signatures. Press “Ctrl + A” to select all, and “Ctrl + C” to copy it.
  5. Then go to “Insert” > “Signature” > “Signatures”. In the dialog of “Signature and Stationery”, you should select the source signature.
  6. And then in “Edit signature” section, remove the original signature and paste the copied one.
  7. Lastly, click “OK” to save the signature.Change the original signature

Method 2: Resize by Modifying HTML File of Signature

  1. For a start, head to “File” menu and click “Options”.
  2. Then in the new window of ‘Outlook Options”, switch to “Mail” tab.
  3. After that, you should find “Signatures” button in the right pane. Press “Ctrl” key button and meanwhile click on it.
  4. In the new popup window, you can see all the signature files. Every signature file has three types of format, including Text, Rich Text and HTML. You need to locate the source signature and right click its HTML file. From its right click menu, choose “Open With” > “Microsoft Word”.Open HTML File with MS Word
  5. Next the file will be opened in MS Word. You could select the picture and drag its edge to change its size to your like. Resize in MS Word
  6. Later save the changes by pressing “Ctrl + S” keyboard button.
  7. Finally you could close the file. Now you can reopen Outlook and have a look at the signature. You will discover that the picture in the signature has been changed into your set size.

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