How To Add A Signature In The Word Document

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I just started my job, and my employer is asking me to assign a digital signature to the SSL certificate. And I don’t know how to add a signature in the word document. Can you please help me through this?

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How To Add A Signature In The Word Document

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Digital signature authenticates digital information. For example, your word file, pdf file, macros, emails, etc. It uses the concept of cryptography. The following steps will help you get through this:

STEP 1: Locate your pointer where you want to add a signature in your document.

STEP 2: Now go inside the Insert tab and then in the Text group. Select Signature Line, and then choose Microsoft Office Signature Line.

STEP 3: Now a dialog box will appear known as ‘Signature Setup’. Enter the details of the person who will sign on the signature line. It will display below the signature line in the document.

STEP 4: If you want to provide any instructions to the signer, then use the ‘Instructions to signer’ box. These instructions will be mentioned in the Signature dialog box inside which the signer signs the document.

STEP 5: If you want the signer to add comments with the signature, then choose the ‘Allow the signer to add comments’.

STEP 6: To show the date with the signature line, choose the Show sign date check box and then click Ok.

STEP 7: If you want to add additional signature lines then repeat steps 1 through 7.

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