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Frequently asked questions
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 to sign and return pdf?
We're always working to improve and update our PDF Sign and Return process and will be adding new features and improvements as they are available. Currently we use a system to ensure your signature is valid before you are processed by your local county. If you'd like to help us make sure all signatures are valid, please use our online Sign and Return page to check your signature. Do I have to return my original signed documents? If your original signed document has been lost, stolen, mutilated or destroyed, you should have the original or a copy made. Please bring your signed original signed documents or a certified copy to the County. For information about the county's electronic signature system, see the link below or contact the County at least 24 hours before you need to return your documents: County Clerk, at (360) 375-6140 For non-electronic document return requests, please contact the County Clerk's Office at (360) 375-6142. How do I change my email address? To change your email address, log in using the information you have on file for your county and click on "Edit". You will be automatically redirected to the County's web site for your county and will be able to change your email. If you have already updated your contact information on this web site, that process is automated and will not require you to complete this section. Please note that if you choose to change your email you will be removing your current email address from the website's contact info...
What is a electronic signature?
An electronic signature, also known as a digital signature, or digital signature is a public key cryptographic signature that is used for authentication. In this case, the authentication is performed through the use of a unique digital signature to verify that the user is authorized, such as an authorized user or authorized user authorized user. The public key cryptography system is an extremely effective technology that can be applied to any type of transaction that is done online. This includes transactions in which the user is a user, the computer is a user, both of these items are online, and the transaction is conducted using computers with computers connected by network. Using public-key cryptography, the user can make a unique signature for each one of these computers or users. These digital signature are used when sending a transaction. Who creates the digital signature for the transaction? The private key (secret key) of the key holder (person who has possession of the private key of the private key of the key holder) encrypts the encrypted information (the signed piece of data with the private key) of the signature with the public key (public key encryption key). The public key encryption key (or public key encryption key, or PKEK) is then transmitted over the internet, or over a public key network. The PKEK is used to decrypt the encrypted information (signature), which is transmitted back over the internet and the PKEK is used to sign the digitally signed dat...