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How do i add an electronic signature to a word document?

When a client enters information (such as a password) into the online form on , the information is encrypted so the client cannot see it. An authorized representative for the client, called a "Doe Representative," must enter the information into the "Signature" field to complete the signature.

How do i do an electronic signature in pdf?

I think you would need to use some other signature software to do that with the PDF.I do the same thing: I use a PDF reader and the signature of one of the files that I have in the PDF (that I am not saving) looks the same as it does when it is saved. That is, it is not the same signature, so I think I cannot do the signature thing in the same way.That is exactly what I did in the past (with a PDF reader, the signer looks exactly the same as when it is saved), but I had that problem with Word when I was using LibreOffice (a reader of sorts for word processors).I will ask around the office about it, but I think it is likely that the solution I have found for PDF is not the solution you will find.Cheers.Sergio_DemianNewbieRegistered: 12/17/04Posts: 4Loc: BrazilPosted: 10/18/05 6:45 ReplyReply to this postWhy is "PDF file signature" not a part of the standard format of the signature? Is it a format specification? It seems a bit more like a bug in the signature code than an error.Cheers.Bram--Astro - Web - C++ - C# - Java - PHP - CX - PostScript - PythonChris CramerNewbieRegistered: 12/17/04Posts: 1Loc: United KingdomPosted: 10/18/05 6:59 ReplyReply to this postThis was the solution I came up with for signatures using the standard PDF format.You just do:Code:<key>signature1</key><key>signature2</key><key>nameoffile</key><string></string>Then it will not save the signature with the .png file extensio...

How to sing for in electronic signature?

A. The signature format, as specified above, is not intended to be used on a per-line basis. A given line of text can contain as many different signatures as the user wishes. In this case, it is the text signature that is read as the actual text. Therefore:\documentclass{article} \usepackage{hyperref} \begin{document} \begin{center} \title{The Author's Signature} \hspace{-6in} % the author's first name \author{James Smith} \end{center} \end{document}will look likeJames SmithA. When is a \ref{signature} required? A signature, or hyperref reference, may also be required in the middle of a page of text. It is necessary when the author of the document wants the reader to be able to identify the author of that text, or when the author wants the reader to be able to find the page in a reference list.In such situations, the \ref{author} signature may be required, but only if the reference list also needs the reference to be correct. The text signature will be ignored by that mechanism; it must be replaced with the reference. See Reference List Management.A \ref{author} signature may be used in conjunction with other signatures to avoid confusion. For example:\documentclass{article} \usepackage{hyperref} \begin{document} \begin{center} \title{The Author's Signature} \author{James Smith} \end{center} \end{document}will look like:James SmithThe Author's SignatureA. What happens if the author of the document forgets to include the text signature? A. The autho...