The digital signature feature is a very useful and popular feature of Microsoft Word. This article has very helpful PC support tips for general PC users.
- Adding a digital signature is the process of signing a text document with an image (can be a photo or an image of your signature), followed by a name, address, company, etc.
- After inserting a digital signature, you cannot add anything to the document. You must remove the digital signature to add something. You can also edit your electronic digital signature whenever you need.
Step 1. Open a text document
Then press the INSERT menu.
Step 2. Click the "Signature Line" button
Step 3. Wait until the setup window appears
Step 4. Fill in the text boxes such as
"suggested signer", "suggested signer's title", "signer's email address", etc. Click OK.
Step 5. Find the signature at the bottom of the page
Step 6. Click to select a signature and right click after selection
In the menu, click the "Sign" button.
Step 7. Click the "Select Image" button (from the new "Sign" window) to select the image you want to use as your digital signature
Step 8. Select a picture from your computer and click Open
Step 9. Click the "Sign" button
Step 10. Click "OK" in the "Signature Confirmation" window
Step 11. Find your electronic digital signature (with an image)
Step 12. Edit, delete or move this digital signature from the right pane in the document
Step 13. Edit the signature by clicking the "Signature Setup" button
Step 14. Delete or Remove the signature by clicking the Remove Signature button