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How to Create a Signature for Your Android Tablet E-Mail

It’s a good idea for you to create a custom e-mail signature for sending messages from your Android tablet. To create a signature for Gmail, or to change the existing signature, obey these directions:

  1. At the Gmail app’s main screen, touch the Action Overflow or Menu icon.

  2. Choose your Gmail account from the list.

    Touch your e-mail address as it’s shown on the touchscreen.

  3. Choose Signature.

    Any existing signature appears on the screen, ready for you to edit or replace it.

  4. Type or dictate your signature.

  5. Touch OK.

To set a signature for the Email app, heed these steps:

  1. In the Email app, touch the Action Overflow or Menu icon.

  2. Choose the Settings or Email Settings command.

    You may have to first choose the More command to find the Settings command. Or you may be lucky and find the Signature command directly.

  3. If prompted, choose an e-mail account from the list.

    You create a separate signature for each e-mail account, so when you have multiple accounts, you need to repeat these steps for each one.

  4. Choose the Signature command or Add Signature command.

    If you don’t see either command, choose an account from the left side of the screen.

  5. Type or dictate your new, outgoing e-mail signature, or edit any existing signature.

  6. Touch the OK, Save, or Done button.

When you have multiple e-mail accounts, repeat these steps to configure a signature for each one.

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