Creating an Email Signature

Linking to the Christian Coalition of America with your email signature is a great way to spread the word about our web presence to your family, friends and contacts.

Select the instructions below for your prefered email client to tell others about our website with an email signature!

Creating an Email Signature for America Online

This guide will help you create an email signature for America Online. Help spread the word about the Christian Coalition of America's website using your emails with the following instructions.

From the America Online menu bar, select 'Mail', then 'Set Mail Signatures'.

In the 'Set up Signatures' window, Click the 'Create' button.

 

In the 'Create Signature' window, give your signature a title in the 'Signature Name' field. Compose the text of your signature in the 'Signature' block. Click 'OK'.

In the 'Set up Signatures' window once again, click the 'Default On/Off' button to ensure that your signature is added to your emails you create - the Red Check by your signature name indicates your signature is turned on. Close out this window and you have created your Christian Coalition email signature for your America Online email account.

 

Creating an Email Signature for Gmail

This guide will help you create an email signature for Google Gmail. Help spread the word about the Christian Coalition of America’s website using your emails with the following instructions.

Click on the 'Settings' link.

 

From the 'General' tab, in the 'Signature' area, select the button to allow you to type your signature message in the area provided.

 

At the bottom of the page, click the 'Save Changes' button. Your signature is now created and will be embedded into your Gmail emails.

Creating an Email Signature for Microsoft Outlook 2003

This guide will help you create an email signature for Microsoft Outlook. Help spread the word about the Christian Coalition of America’s website using your emails with the following instructions.

From the Outlook menu bar, select ‘Tools’, then ‘Options’

 

 

Fom the Options window, select ‘Mail Format’ and click on ‘Signatures’ at the bottom of the window.

 

 

From the ‘Create Signature’ window, select ‘New’.

 


Name your new signature, if you wish. Then, select ‘Next’ to ‘Start with a blank signature’.

 

From the ‘Edit Signature’ window, type the signature message you would like to use. For example, “Join me and The Christian Coalition of America at www.CC.org!” Click 'OK'.

 

Back in the ‘Create Signature’ window, verify the preview of your signature and click ‘OK’ to close the window.

 

In the ‘Options' window, in the 'Signatures' area, select your signature name from the drop-down menu to enable it to be added as your 'Signature for New Messages' and for the 'Signature for Replies and Forwards'. Click 'OK' to save the settings.

 

Now, test your new email signature by creating a new email and begin spreading the word about The Christian Coalition of America with the help of your new email signature!

 

 

Creating an Email Signature for Microsoft Outlook 2007

This guide will help you create an email signature for Microsoft Outlook 2007. Help spread the word about the Christian Coalition of America’s website using your emails with the following instructions.

From the Outlook menu bar, select ‘Tools’, then ‘Options’

 

 

In the Options window, select the 'Mail Format' tab and click on the 'Signatures' button

In the 'Email Signature' tab, click the 'New' button to create your new signature.

In the New Signature window, type a name to label your new signature in the 'Type a name for this signature:' field. Click 'OK'.

With your new signature highlighted in the 'Select Signature to edit' field, draft your signature text you would like to use for your signature in the 'Edit signature' field.

Highlight the web address portion of your signature text and click on the 'Insert Hyperlink' button on the 'Edit Signature' toolbar

 

The 'Insert Hyperlink' window will open. The web address that you highlighted should be automatically inserted into the 'Address:' field. Click 'OK'.

Back in the 'Signatures and Stationary' window, ensure that your new email signature name is selected from the drop-down menus; this ensures automatic embedding of your new signature into your 'New messages' and 'Replies/forwards'. Click 'OK'.

 

Creating an Email Signature for Microsoft Outlook Express

This guide will help you create an email signature for Microsoft Outlook Express. Help spread the word about the Christian Coalition of America’s website using your emails with the following instructions.

On the Outlook Express top menu bar, select ‘Tools’ and from that menu select Options.

 

In the Options window, select Signatures.

Click on the ‘New’ button, which will generate a new default signature.

In the ‘Edit Signature’ block, type in the message you’d like to send to friends and contacts attached to the bottom of your emails. For example, “Join me and the Christian Coalition of America at www.CC.org!”

Click 'Apply' to embed your typed text into your signature.

At the top ‘Signature Settings’, ensure that the box is checked to ‘Add signatures to all outgoing messages’ to automate this signature being entered into your emails.


Click ‘OK’

Test your new email signature by creating a new email and begin spreading the word about the Christian Coalition of America!


Creating an Email Signature for Mozilla Thunderbird

This guide will help you create an email signature for Mozilla Thunderbird Email Client. Help spread the word about the Christian Coalition of America’s website using your emails with the following instructions.

Before adding an email signature for this program, you will need to open a text editor (such as Microsoft Notepad) and draft the text you wish to use for your email signature and save the document, as 'CC.txt' for example.

In your Mozilla Thunderbird software's menu bar, select 'Tools', then 'Account Settings'

 

In the 'Account Settings' window, check the 'Attach this Signature:' box. Check the 'Choose...' button to open up a file browser window to select your previously created signature text file.

In the 'Choose a file' window, browse to your previously created signature text file and select it.

The filepath to your new email address signature file should be placed in the 'Attach this signature:' field. Click 'OK'

Creating an Email Signature for Yahoo Email

This guide will help you create an email signature for Yahoo Email. Help spread the word about the Christian Coalition of America’s website using your emails with the following instructions.

From the 'Options' link, select 'Mail Options'.

 

Select 'Signature' in the menu area to the left of your browser.

 

Click on the 'Show a signature on all outgoing messages' button. To the upper-right, click on the option for 'Rich Text' (Note: This will change the text to then read "Plain Text" - For Rich Text to be in effect as it should, "Plain Text" will actually be the wording displayed in the Rich Text/Plain Text option link; also, in Rich Text mode you will see all of the available buttons in the text editor field for whatever rich text options you would like to use for a signature). Now, draft the text you would like to use for your signature as seen in the example.

 

Click 'Save Changes' to save your new signature.

 

Begin using your Yahoo email to help build the Christian Coalition and to invite others to the Christian Coalition of America's website!