Ever wanted to use colorful emojis and emoticons in your Outlook? It is suitable for both hobbyists and professional users. More often than not, when users use emotions, Outlook automatically changes them to graphic images. But using Outlook's built-in “AutoCorrect” feature, you can change the default correction to your own to personalize your emails.
It will be easy to customize the display of your own emoticons using the “AutoCorrect” option. In Outlook, you can also change the default emoji to your own.
10 Steps on How to Add Emoticons, Icons, Logos and Smiles in Outlook:
Step 1. Click on the "New" button and create a new message (letter)
Step 2. Use the "Picture" button on the top menu of the message box and insert a picture or logo
Step 3. After that, select a picture to use in the next step
Step 4. Now, open the "AutoCorrect" option by following the given steps
- These steps may differ depending on the version of Outlook
- For Outlook 2007: Office Logo >> Editor Option >> Proofing >> Button >> AutoCorrect
- For Outlook 2010 & 2013: File >> Options >> Mail >> Button >> Spelling and Autocorrect
Step 5. When you click on the "AutoCorrect" button, a pop-up window will open displaying the "AutoCorrect" option page
Step 6. Specify the symbol in the "Replace" field to replace the emotion with
Step 7. You need to confirm the replacement using the "With" option
You may not be able to see the result because Outlook will not be able to display it.
Step 8. Add it using the "Add" button
Step 9. To confirm adding a specific image or logo, look at the list under the "With" option
- Note: The "*" sign means the item was added successfully.
Step 10. Click on the "OK" button; now you can use the corresponding pictures or images in your letters by writing the necessary characters
Inserting a picture or emoticon in every email can be a very handy option for Outlook users. And also, you can replace old emoticons with new ones using this function