Below is a list of the most common customer questions. If you can’t find an answer to your question, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.
Can I draw my signature in Word?
In the document or worksheet, place your pointer where you want to create a signature line. On the Insert tab, in the Text group, click the Signature Line list, and then click Microsoft Office Signature Line.
How do I make a transparent signature in Word?
Step 1: Insert Image. Open Microsoft Word. Click on Insert tab.
Step 2: Format Picture menu. Click on Corrections on the top left. Click on Picture Corrections Options at the bottom of the drop down menu.
Step 3: Remove Signature background. Adjust the image brightness, contrast and sharpness.
How do I create an electronic signature?
Draw your signature using your finger or a stylus. If you have access to a touchscreen, you can use your finger to create an electronic signature directly in your document.
Upload an image of your signature.
Use your cursor to draw your signature.
Use your keyboard to type in your signature.
How can I make my signature?
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How do I electronically sign a Word document on a Mac?
Select “Preferences" from the "Preview" menu to open the Preferences panel. Select the “Signatures" tab. Click the "Add Signature” plus button at the bottom of the list of signatures. Hold the signed sheet of paper in front of the built-in camera on your Mac, typically located above the screen.
Is an image of a signature legally binding?
Obviously, you cannot just take a picture of your signature on a piece of paper, crop it, and paste in your documents to use it for making the documents legal; this method will not provide any decent level of evidence as someone else can easily copy-paste it from your document to another document.
What makes a signature legally binding?
A legally binding signature makes an agreement official once all parties have placed their signatures on a contract. Signatures are the most common method of indicating that you have read over and agreed to the terms, even if a person's signature is so stylized and unique that's illegible.
What is a valid signature?
Usually, a signature is simply someone's name written in a stylized fashion. However, that is not really necessary. As long as it adequately records the intent of the parties involved in a contractual agreement, it's considered a valid signature. Usually this mark is made by a pen, but not necessarily.
Do your signature have to be exactly the same?
Real signatures are always slightly different, and they differ every time. If the signatures are exact replica there is a very strong possibility of forgery. Difference between signatures increases proportionally with the complexity. Simple ones are less different from one another.
Does a legal signature have to be in cursive?
Traditionally, signatures are in cursive, but it can be argued that it's not a requirement. This means that with a wet signature (i.e. a signature that is written rather than electronically typed), a person could potentially use their printed (non-cursive) name or even a symbol like a happy face as a valid signature.
What is the legal status of a digital signature or e-signature?
Electronic signatures have the same legal status as handwritten signatures throughout the United States, thanks to the DESIGN Act and the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (BETA).