When you want to reset your email signatures in your Outlook, you’ll need to delete all the signatures. In this article, we will share you 3 approaches to quickly achieve it.
Perhaps you’ve created email signatures in your Outlook. If you think that most of them are useless and not satisfying, you may desire to reset them, namely recreating the signatures. In such a case, the first step is to delete all of them. In the followings, we share you 3 methods. Now read on to get them in detail.
Method 1: Delete All Email Signatures One by One
- To start with, launch your Outlook application.
- Then click “New E-mail” button in the ribbon to create a new email.
- In the Message window, you ought to switch to “Insert” tab and click on the “Signature” button.
- From the drop down list, choose “Signatures” option.
- Subsequently, in the popup “Signatures and Stationery” dialog box, you can select one signature and then hit “Delete” button to remove it.
- Repeat the Step 5 to delete all existing signatures.
- Ultimately, after deleting all of them, you can close all dialog boxes until back to the main Outlook window.
Method 2: Manually Delete All Signature Files
- In the first place, in the main Outlook window, head to “File” menu.
- Then, in the new screen, select “Options”.
- Next, in the “Outlook Options” window, shift to “Mail” tab.
- Under this tab, you’ll be able to find a “Signatures” button. Hold “Ctrl” button and click on it.
- After that, you will get access to a Windows folder, in which all signature files are stored.
- Then, in this Windows folder, you can press “Ctrl + A” to select all the folders and files.
- Lastly, you can press “Delete” button to delete all of them, which will clear all the email signatures in your Outlook.
Method 3: Delete All Signatures with VBA
- At the very beginning, in the main Outlook window, press “Alt + F11” keys.
- In the subsequent “Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications” screen, you need to open an unused module.
- And then copy the following VBA code into this module.
Sub DeleteAllEmailSignatures() Dim strEnviro As String Dim strFolderPath As String Dim objFileSystem As Object Dim objFolder As Object Dim objFile As Object Dim objSubfolder As Object strEnviro = CStr(Environ("USERPROFILE")) strFolder = strEnviro & "\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Signatures" Set objFileSystem = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") Set objFolder = objFileSystem.GetFolder(strFolder) For Each objFile In objFolder.Files objFileSystem.DeleteFile (objFile.Path) Next If objFolder.SubFolders.count > 0 Then For Each objSubfolder In objFolder.SubFolders objFileSystem.DeleteFolder (objSubfolder) Next End If MsgBox "All Email Signatures Deleted!", vbInformation + vbOKOnly, "Delete All Email Signatures" End Sub
- Eventually, in the current module window, you can press “F5” key or click on the “Run” icon in the toolbar to trigger this macro.
- After macro finishes, all the existing email signatures in your Outlook will be cleared.
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