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Adding signature to Word Document


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volcar

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I prepare a lot of letters using Microsoft Words & forward them via e-mail, however, these letters are sent without my signature. Consequently, I am using this medium to ascertain whether my signature is can be affix a Word document & if it can what is the procedure/process in order to do so. Any & all suggestions/advice will be greatly appreciated.
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...i assume you mean your physical handwritten signature.... you could sign a piece of paper then scan that piece of paper...then attach that image to your word documents
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Some more info: http://www.pcmag.com...,1204832,00.asp
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Thanks for the info folks as usual it's very informative/useful & greatly appreciated
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If you plan to put a hand written signature on letters you send out
Please have and use a different signature then the one you place on your Bank account, checking, and/or official Docs…. Since ID Theft is a real issue and once your info especially your signature it is out there you will never get it back and forever deal with consequence of ID Theft.
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Umbra1. Thanks for the advice it's greatly appreciated and something that I will really take into consideration
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