Digitally sign a Microsoft Office document

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I want to digitally sign a Microsoft Office document to ensure that the document is the same with what I saw and read. Is this possible or I should sign the document manually.

Should I also be needing a digital pen?

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Digitally sign a Microsoft Office document

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Signature used for the authentication of a digital document is called digital signature. You can add digital signature to any of MS Office document.

  • Double click on the line where you want to put your digital signature in the document.
  • Now in the sign dialog box if you want to add your printed signature, put your name in the box.
  • But if you want to add a hand written signature then in the box next to X sign your name by using inking feature. And now click on sign.

It is done. Your document is now signed digitally. Hope it works.

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Digitally sign a Microsoft Office document

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Hi Farah,

To digitally sign a document browse the file you need to sign. Just scroll to the area where you need to add signature. Place the cursor there. Click insert tab .There you can find Lines field. There e is a scribble line that is at the end of the lines section. Just click on that tool and hover the mouse with left button of the mouse pressed. Then the mouse cursor will change to a pencil shape. You can use this pencil shape to do your signature. So that you can understand from where you got the document .It gives an added security to you document.

Hope this help!

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