With the advancement of technology, it is enough to have a cell phone or tablet to sign a document and send it digitally. However, many still find the procedure somewhat complex, especially when it involves an already digitized file.
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Today, TecMundo teaches you how to create a digital signature to fill in documents and other texts and then share them using the iPhone. Check out:
Signing documents on iPhone
Before doing the procedure, you must have the document saved on your iPhone. To access them, just know that they are stored in the native application “Archives”. Follow the step by step:
Step 1: Access the native iPhone app “Files” and open the desired document.
Select the desired document in the “Files” app.Source: Diego Borges / Reproduction
Step 2: In the upper right corner, tap the button with a pen symbol.
Source: Diego Borges / Reproduction
Step 3: at the bottom, click on the “+” symbol and then on the “Signature” option (as shown in the image below):
Tap on the “Signature” option to create your own in the document.Source: Diego Borges / Reproduction
Step 4: in a straight line, use your finger to sign the document on the screen.
Make your signature on the line that appears on the screen.Source: Diego Borges / Reproduction
Step 5: the signature will appear in the document, just adjust its size and position in the text. You can also use the pen options at the bottom of the screen to adjust the size of the mark.
Adjust your signature on-screen to position it correctly in the document.Source: Diego Borges / Reproduction
Step 6: after placing the signature, tap “OK” to save the document.
Step 7: back to the main “Files” screen, select the document again. Then click on the “Share” option, on the bottom button in the left corner (as shown in the image):
Tap the button to share your signed document.Source: Diego Borges / Reproduction
Step 8: now just choose how to share the signed document.
You can share the signed document in other iPhone apps.Source: Diego Borges / Reproduction