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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 pdf with signature on computer?
I've signed a lot of pdfs with the "sign my signature" button for a few years, but I've had trouble for some reason (not sure it's a problem with the tool but more with me). I'm just starting to understand what happens on that screen. The only other thing I can think of is you don't make the signature. You click on "sign my signature" button, the program opens a window where you can click to print the file, or click on the sign button, then print the file, then you sign another document with your signature, then you can sign the document you just printed. It's not that complicated. It's pretty easy. In fact, I think the whole process is pretty straightforward, and the only reason I'm asking is just that you might find it interesting. Good luck with getting that to work. I haven't tried it yet. Tortuga Toduga, it is a good tutorial, but there are lots of issues I'm missing. The first thing we do is to save our file, and the program does not save that file automatically, only the signature. You have to click save, and save it manually. Also, you can't save that signature in the signature box and click save. It's like a separate field. If there was a signature box, I imagine it would work in that way. Second, the signatures are not saved automatically to the PDF, they're saved to the computer. If you do something like that, the signature will be saved to the computer, but the page will not be saved. You have to save it manually. The problem is that, if you want to op...
How to sign pdf file with certificate?
I am working on the installation of a website which requires a valid SSL certificate. I need to have that certificate signed by a CA, because the server uses self-signed certificates for its certificates. I have done the following on my Windows machine: Open Certificates MMC - right click on CA Certificate (or whatever). Select New Certificate Signing Request. Enter the hostname, the subject, the issuer, and the serial number on a separate line, then click Next. Enter the certificate store path, and click Next. Enter the name of the CA certificate in the Certificate store location of your choice, and click Next. The certificate request window appears, and you may also configure the client computer to trust the signed request, by right clicking on a blank space in the request, and selecting Trust this certificate request from a list. After the signing request is signed and sent to the certificate authority, you should see the signature on your server computer: I need to do some research on the topic of signing files using certificates, so I created a simple Windows application which performs the same task, and sends the signed requests to a CA. It can be installed as a service, or even a DLL. You can run it with the command line arguments: .\Certificate Signing -r "C:\Users\User\Documents\Certificate Signing " -s -n -e The certificate signing request is sent to the CA with the subject, issuer, and serial number, and is signed using the CA's private key. The certif...