Open Microsoft Outlook 2003.
Once Outlook 2003 is open, select the ‘Tools’ option from the Menu Bar.
Once Tools menu bar has dropped down, select ‘Options’ from the drop down menu.
Once the ‘Options’ box has opened, select the ‘Mail Format’ tab in the middle. Ensure the ‘Compose in this message format’ option has ‘HTML’ selected. Then click the ‘Signatures…’ button.
Once on the Signatures and Stationery screen, click the ‘New’ button and type a name for your signature.
Open your email signature in your web browser (we usually supply you with a link – click on the link, it will usually open in your default browser – Chrome, FireFox, Internet Explorer).
NOTE: If you have the Skype extension (or any similar extensions) installed, it might insert a little icon or extra code / click to call skype button etc. You need to make sure all of these extensions are turned off before advancing to the following step.
Once the Email Signature is open in your web browser, press CTRL + A to highlight the signature, then press CTRL + C to copy the signature.
Important: Do not use your mouse to select the area, only use Ctrl + A as you may miss out on grabbing some of the code.
Change back to Outlook 2003, and paste (CTRL + V) your signature into empty signature box.
Save the settings and you’re done!