Software & Apps MS Office How to Insert an Image Into Your Outlook for Mac Signature Add a graphic in just a few steps by Heinz Tschabitscher Writer A former freelance contributor who has reviewed hundreds of email programs and services since 1997. our editorial process Heinz Tschabitscher Updated on February 02, 2020 erhui1979 / Getty Images MS Office Outlook Word Excel Powerpoint Tweet Share Email Outlook for Mac makes the process for adding images to email signatures easy and straightforward. Instructions in this article apply to Outlook for Mac version 16, but the procedure is similar in other recent versions. Create a Signature and Insert an Image After signing into your account, follow these steps to create a signature in Outlook for Mac and insert an image into it. Click Outlook > Preferences. Under Email, click Signatures. Click Add a signature (the plus icon). Enter text for your signature, using the formatting tools (font size and color, highlighting, etc.) to create the appearance you want. Place the cursor where you would like to insert your image, and click Pictures in the ribbon menu. Select Photo Browser if you want to pick a photo from the Photos app, or Picture from File to navigate to an image from your computer. Select the image you want to add, and click Insert. Resize your image if necessary by clicking and dragging the image handles. Enter a name for your signature in the Signature Name field. Click Save icon at the top of the signature window. Close the signature editing window after saving. Your new signature will now be available in the list of signatures.