First, open your HTML signature in Notepad so that the code of the signature is visible.
Highlight all of the code and copy the code itself.
Log in to your Outlook account and select the Home Tab > New Email
Click the Message tab
In the Include group section, select Signature > Signatures
In the Choose Default Signature section, be sure to select the account you would like to associate with the signature from the e-mail account dropdown
In the Select Signature to Edit section, click the New button and name your signature
In the Edit Signature section, paste in the code for your HTML signature and select OK
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