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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.
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The following guide explains how to set up and use ECDSA eSigning using buildium, a tool included with Debian. This guide assumes that the e-mail address you use to sign your packages is not registered with buildium. First create the file /etc/ to contain all of your configuration: FILE /etc/ Creating an e-mail signature # Use an alphanumeric, lowercase domain name for the e-mail address. domain-required: no You then generate your keys with: root # build-e2e This should generate the following file: FILE Generating Build-E2E keys gpg --keyserver --recv-keys 2AA28A1A gpg --armor -d ~/. In the example above, I was generating my keys at In this example, you can omit the --recv-keys 2AA28A1A . In order to get your keys published to buildium , you will need to sign your packages with these keys. You can sign your packages with: root # build-e2e --sign --sign-key 1C8F5E1B3CEDE6B7DE0DE4A4AE3D0B4BA3E7F1B6 Note, this should only work if the keys are available locally. If you wish to use buildium to make a change to your E2E, you can pass it the following command. FILE buildium --sign-up key1 key2 key3 ... The output should show the keys were signed. To see the keys signed, you can run: root # buildium --key-count 1 --list-keys You can then look in for the file . You can see which keys are signed by running: root # gpg --list-keys If you wish to view the E2E keys in your file