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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 add an electronic signature to a pdf?

I'm not sure if this is how to do it for my setup, but if that's what your using you can probably find a tutorial for this on the net.EDIT:I'm trying to use a .pdf and have the pdf open and have an image open but I can't read the image. What is the way to use the file extension to indicate it's an image? I'm not sure if this is how to do it for my setup, but if that's what your using you can probably find a tutorial for this on the :I'm trying to use a .pdf and have the pdf open and have an image open but I can't read the image. What is the way to use the file extension to indicate it's an image? Post Extras:Quote:TheDukeofDunk said:Post Extras:I'm pretty sure that this should work for the file type of your choice, I think I'll try out something small. I can't read it, I'm a mac user so can't make use of the native pdf readers. Is there a tool for the mac os that should let me do that kind of thing? Thanks!Edited by TheDukeofDunk (01/12/12 08:41 AM)Post Extras:Quote:TheDukeofDunk said:Post Extras:Oh, I found this link. There are some things I haven't been able to figure out (I have downloaded the program myself but didn't have any success), but I will take what I can from this. Here's the link I'm sure that it will work!I just have not found a way to do it, but I found that there was a forum thread about something similar that worked for me. I don't have that software, so I'm not sure I'm even qualified to offer anything...

How to setup esign in zipform?

Thanks.I'll start with the steps necessary to install the zipform package.1: Create new projectCreate a new project.2: Run setupRun the script as an admin user. It'll generate a file and run which installs zipform and the configuration file to the current working directory.$ curl -O > /dev/null 2>&13: Setup your development environmentThis is how everything is setup in my demo project:$ mkdir test $ cd test $ mkdir esign $ touch $ touch $ touch The configuration file looks something like this:{ "config": { "webhooks": { "type": "POST", "url": "http://localhost:8080/#/test/hooks/${webhook_name}/", "type": "DELETE", "data": "{ "type": "status" } } } }Note that I'm also setting the type parameter to GET . That's for the purpose of using GET as the response, because I'd like to be able to use that URL later to send the status back to the user.Now that we have the config file setup we can use esign to deploy our file.$ esign We could also just deploy zipform directly, but for now I'd prefer to test it out first on my development environment, so I'm going to make a bash script so I can start my development server in a web browser and see all of the files that esign deployed into my project.$ curl -o /dev/null https://localhost:8080/$ chmod +x You should see something like this (the first part is my test directory):/#!/bin/bashexport PATH=`pwd`/bin:$PATH export PATH=$PATH:`pwd`/bintest $PATH$ cat #!/bin/bash