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Exporting Outlook Signature Files
Close Outlook if the program is currently running.
Click the "Start" button, type “%APPDATA%\Microsoft\Signatures” (without quotes here and throughout) in the search box and press “Enter.” You should see three files for each of your signatures: an HTML file, a TXT file and an RTF file.
Press “Ctrl-A” to select all of these files, and then press “Ctrl-C” to copy them to the clipboard.
Click "Start," select “Computer” and browse to a location where you’d like to store your exported signature files. You may create a dedicated subfolder for the files for simplicity's sake. To create a subfolder, right-click in an empty space, hover your mouse cursor over “New” and click “Folder.”
Double-click the new folder and press “Ctrl-V” to paste the files. If you intend to export the signature to an Outlook installation on another computer, it’s best to back up to a flash drive, external hard drive or a network share.
Importing Outlook Signature Files
Set up your email account in the new Outlook installation if you haven’t already done so. You cannot import your signature until after you've created your profile.
Browse to the folder in which you saved your signature files. Press “Ctrl-A” to select them and press “Ctrl-C” to copy.
Click "Start," type “%APPDATA%\Microsoft\Signatures” and press “Enter.”
Press “Ctrl-V” to paste the files. The next time you open Outlook, your signature(s) will be available