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If you are using Windows XP, you will need to download a tool from Microsoft, called "Microsoft Publisher for .pdf". Alternatively, if you do not have access to a windows computer, you can create .pdf files using other tools such as Adobe Reader. You will need a copy of pdfviewer or something like it to open the PDF file. There are also tools which allow an alternative view on top of the .pdf. These tools also require a copy of pdfviewer, but are easier to use and faster How do I remove any signature that I have created on my document? If you are worried about your signature, you can download a free program which can scan the signatures of your documents and remove them if they are not legal. Alternatively if you have made a signature on a document to sign something else, you can also make the signature disappear. How do I sign documents in Windows Vista and Windows 7? In these versions you can use Microsoft Office. In all versions, the file format is DOCX, or XLSX is also used. Microsoft Office requires some specific tools to open these formats. To sign, you click on the "Sign or Save" menu option. In the Sign or Save window, click the "Add" button, type the name of your document, and click "OK". You will then be asked if you want to save the file with the signature. To sign a Microsoft Office file, go to the Office File menu option. From there choose 'File or Document Name'. Choose 'Doc XLS or XLSX' from the dropdown box, and the file will open. You are able...