Attention: Before proceeding you must have your new email signature displayed in a browser - click the link to your signature that has been provided.  Your email signature will open in a browser window.
Skype Users: If you see phone numbers that look like this or this instead of like this you need to temporarily disable Skype's click-to-call functionality during the entire installation process, from start to finish. The easiest way to disable this is to remove or uninstall the "Click to Call with Skype plugin" via Windows' Control Panel's Add/Remove or Uninstall Program function. Skype click-to-call can also be deactivated by disabling the plugin through your browsers' manage add-ons/plugins options (actual procedure varies according the browser type).

Outlook 2007 / 2010 / 2013 - Email Signature Installation & Use Instructions

1. First, click the link we have provided to display your signature in a browser. Press the "Ctrl" key and the "S" key at the same time - Ctrl-S - this will bring up a "file save" dialog window.
2. Under "Save as type" choose "Web Page, HTML only". Do not choose "Webpage, complete".
3. Give your signature a name of your choosing and make sure you type the file extension in as ".htm" - it must be .htm and cannot be .html (note that you may have to manually type in the .htm). (If you give the file an .html extension Outlook will not recognize it.)

Click "Save" to save the file.
4. Now you should be back to seeing your signature in your browser. Press Ctrl-S, which should reopen the "file save" dialog window.

Locate your signature file in the folder. RIGHT click on it and choose "Copy".

Close the "Save As" dialog box.
5. Leave the browser window with your signature open.

Now go into Outlook and navigate ALMOST all the way to your email signature dialog by doing the following:

Outlook 2003 or Outlook 2007

- from your inbox, click TOOLS at the top
- pull down to OPTIONS
- click the MAIL FORMAT tab

Outlook 2010 or 2013

- from your inbox, click FILE in the upper left corner
- pull down to OPTIONS
- click MAIL in the left column

At this point you'll see the "Signatures" button - HOLD YOUR "CTRL" KEY DOWN AND CLICK THE BUTTON AT THE SAME TIME.
The folder that stores your signatures will open.

6. Press "Ctrl-V" or RIGHT click and choose PASTE to paste your signature file into this folder.

7. Close the signatures folder, and this time just click the "Signatures" button:
8. You'll now see the signature you just saved in your list of existing signatures. Set this signature as your default signature for new messages and for replies, save your settings and exit the signature dialog. You're now finished installing the HTML version of your signature.

OPTIONAL (BUT RECOMMENDED) - Creating the "Plain-Text" version of your signature

9. Go back to the browser where your signature is being displayed and press Ctrl-A - this will turn everything blue.

Press Ctrl-C to copy the signature to your clipboard.
10. Now once again go into Outlook and navigate ALMOST all the way to your email signature dialog by doing the following:

Outlook 2003 or Outlook 2007

- from your inbox, click TOOLS at the top
- pull down to OPTIONS
- click the MAIL FORMAT tab

Outlook 2010 or 2013

- from your inbox, click FILE in the upper left corner
- pull down to OPTIONS
- click MAIL in the left column

At this point you'll see the "Signatures" button - HOLD YOUR "CTRL" KEY DOWN AND CLICK THE BUTTON AT THE SAME TIME.
The folder that stores your signatures will open.

11. Locate the signature file you just saved and RIGHT click on it and choose "Open with" and then choose "Notepad".
12. Now you will see all of the computer code for your signature.

Press Ctrl-A - this will turn everything blue.

Then press your "DELETE KEY" and everything in the edit window will disappear.

Place your cursor in Notepad's edit window and press Ctrl-V to PASTE the signature (which you copied in step 9) into Notepad.
13. What you new see is going to become the "plain text" version of your signature - it will appear when you REPLY to an email message that was originally composed as a plain-text message. This signature will not appear for you very often, but you should now clean it up so that when it does appear it looks good and has the necessary contact information on it. What you will probably need to do will be to remove some items that were carried over from the HTML signature, but that don't belong here - such as hyperlinks, extra spacing, etc.

It is also a good idea to add two blank lines to the end of your plain-text signature.
14. DO NOT SAVE THIS FILE BY CLICKING SAVE OR BY PRESSING "CTRL-S".

If you accidentally just "SAVE" this file you will have over-written your HTM file and will need to start over at step 1.

What you need to do is to click "File" then "Save as..."
15. Now you should be back to seeing your save dialog.

You need to select "Save as type" as "Text Documents (*.txt)"

You MUST LEAVE THE FILE NAME THE SAME AS IT WAS but change the file extension to .txt - you will probably have to type ".txt" to do this.

Set the "Encoding" to "ANSI".

Once you have the file set to save as a Text Document (.txt), click SAVE.
16. Close Notepad and the folder that has your signature files in it.

You're now finished installing the Plain-Text version of your signature - there's nothing more to do.