Monday, 09 August 2010 11:16

How to Sign Forms Digitally

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In this day and age, most things are digital. We email, we text, we video chat. Telecommuting has become a common way to do work, and it saves so many resources, especially since it keeps cars off the road. But there are a few office matters that are still dependent (physical). However, if you're creative and computer confident, there are some workarounds.

My recent favorite (task) is digitally signing forms, instead of printing and faxing back. There are many ways to do this, but I've been using Adobe Acrobat Professional and it's been really easy (and kinda fun).

Adobe Acrobat Professional is quite expensive (over $400, or you can get it as part of Adobe's CS suite), but there's a free trial on their site. If you don't have Acrobat Pro, another idea is to create a signature with a program like Photoshop, or to scan in a copy of a previous signature. Then you can turn it into a JPG and paste it into most files.

Do you have any recommendations on how to do digital signatures?

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