Re: Signing paperwork
Ann Parsons <akp@...>
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I'm not sure how you could "sign" an online form with a mouse, but what I've done is made an electronic signature. Here's how I did it.
First I signed my name with a pen on a plain piece of paper.
Then, I scanned the thing.
Finally, I made it into a .tif file.
Now, I did need some help to size it so it doesn't take up the whole page or whatever, but I did get a finished file that I can plunk into documents and such. Now, somebody might want to do research on this to determine if such a thing is a legal signature, but that's what I do. Caveat! Do not store this .tif file on your computer. Somebody might get at it and do you a mischief.
Just hoping to mine this great list for the following type of productivity
How do some of you digitally sign online applications or PDF files to then
Just in the last couple of weeks I've been asked on two occasions to use my
Please provide suggestions, if any.
Ann K. Parsons
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