Re: DocuSign

Wendy Walker


If it's the form I think it is then it is accessible with JAWS and
NVDA. When you click on the link to bring up the form from the email
you will need to arrow down until it says something like "press enter
for screen readers" or "press enter for accessibility" or something
similar. Once you do that you need to arrow down to the part where you
accept signing digitally. After that every thing you need to initial
or sign on the document is simply pressing enter on that button. Hope
this helps.


On 8/13/21, Vicki W <> wrote:
That may have been my problem as well, not the site, but the form the person
wrote. That certainly would explain why it was fairly easy the first few
times three years ago and quite difficult the few times I've had to use it
in the last couple of months.


----- Original Message -----
From: Missa
Sent: Friday, August 13, 2021 6:45 AM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] DocuSign

I had to use it a few times to do something for school and have had no
problems. The only thing is the form navigation sometimes takes a bit to get
used to… But that is the fault of the person who writes the form. my school
created a video to help you fill out the form and I was able to use that to
navigate and fill in the form when I did it.


On Aug 13, 2021, at 4:18 AM, heather albright <> wrote:

Hello, I have to sign a contract using DocuSign. I could not get any
accessibility help off their site and the idiots did not answer my question
about weather or not it worked with assistive technology. So my question is
has anyone used this DocuSign to sign or fill out contracts? Their tech
support is much to be desired. Thanks Heather

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