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Adobe Digital Signature

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rtubbs

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Can anyone walk me thru creating a digital signature in an Adobe document? I'm using 4.0. Thanks...
 

Tim Hicks (Texas)

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All you need is a jpg of your signature. Then click "insert image" wherever you need the signature on the document. You can move it around after placing it. I believe it works that way. I usually type a letter in wordperfect with my digital signature and just "print to pdf distiller".
 

Restrain

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I took a piece of paper, signed it, then scanned it into my Pictures file. I insert it into my document with no problem other than occasionally having to resize the image box.

Roger
 

rtubbs

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Thanks Roger & Tim

I accomplished the same thing. I just wish I new how to set up the signature working thru the Adobe program. I'll let you know if I figure it out.
 
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