To make your Outlook signature more attractive, you may tend to insert a picture. But you cannot edit the inserted picture in the Signature Editor. So this article will share you 3 ways to make the picture well-aligned with the text in signature.
So as to make your emails more personalized, you can insert your own signature. Outlook signature editor permits you to create and design your signatures at will. But its only drawback is that it cannot allow you to adjust the inserted picture as per your needs. For instance, you can’t adjust the picture size or move the picture, etc. Therefore, if you would like to make the inserted picture aligned well with the text in the signature, you have to seek other methods. Here we will introduce 3 tricks to help you get it with utmost ease.
Method 1: Align the Picture in Signature via Wrap Text
- In the first place, start Outlook and create a new email.
- Then in the “New Message” window, turn to “Insert” tab and click “Signature” button.
- Next from the drop down list, select the signature that you want to align the picture with the text.
- After the signature inserted into the message body, you can right click on the picture and select “Wrap Text” from the context menu.
- Subsequently, you can use the available features under “Wrap Text”. Here we take “Square” as an example.
- After selecting a suitable “wrap text” feature, you can adjust its size on basis of your needs.
- Later, select the well-aligned signature and press “Ctrl + C” to copy it.
- After that, click “Signature” button and select “Signatures”.
- Finally in the Signature Editor window:
- First, select the source signature.
- Then cover the original signature by the new well-aligned signature.
- Lastly click “OK”.
Note: You will not see the picture in the signature editor. But don’t wrong. When you insert the signature into message body, the picture will be over there.
Method 2: Align the Pictures in Signatures via Table
- To start with, take the step 1 to 3 in the first method.
- Then you ought to insert a table. Click on the “Table” button and specify the rows and columns of table as per your needs. Here we use “2 * 1 Table” as an instance.
- Subsequently, move the text in one column and picture into another.
- After that, you should select the entire table, right click and select “AutoFit” > “AutoFit to Contents”.
- Next you should click the Border icon in the right clicking menu and select “No Border”.
- Later copy the signature.
- Ultimately you can take Step 8 and 9 in Method 1 to paste the signature.
Method 3: Align the Pictures via Editing Signature Files
The above 2 methods is a bit troublesome in that you have to copy and paste the signature. If you’re reluctant to do this, you can directly edit the signature file.
- At the very outset, go to “File” > “Options”.
- In the popup “Outlook Options” window, switch to “Mail” tab.
- Then press Ctrl key button and meanwhile click on the “Signatures” button.
- Next you will access the folder where your signature files are actually stored.
- Subsequently, you can double click to open the specific RTF file for a specific signature.
- Now you can align the picture in the signature in MS Word via “Wrap Text” or “Table” feature.
- Eventually, after completing editing it, you should save it. When you back to Outlook and insert the signature, you will discover that the picture has been well aligned with text in signature.
Take Care of Your Outlook File
Though Outlook provides us with a lot of features, it still cannot be immune from corruption. Therefore, you should keep taking care of your PST data. Otherwise, once your Outlook gets corrupted, you have to choose an experienced and potent tool to retrieve your corrupted PST data, such as DataNumen Outlook Repair.
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