You're probably on this page because you want to create a virtual signature, but you're not sure how to do it.
By the end of this guide, you'll know more than just what is a virtual signature, but you'll also create one for yourself.
We've added our signature maker on this page for your accessibility. Oh, and did we mention that it's 100% free?
Let's check out how to do this.
Downloaded your virtual signature? You can reuse your virtual signature for documents later on.
This brings us to another part of the guide.
We've got a tool that helps you add a signature to a PDF for free as well.
Simply upload the PDF document you wish virtually sign, select the signature field, and then insert your signature on the file.
There are no hidden fees. SignHouse helps you virtually sign a PDF 100% for free.
There are two ways you can create a virtual signature in Word: insert a signature line (Insert → Signature Line), draw (Insert → Drawing → Signature), or upload an image of your virtual signature.
Now, let's go through each of these ways individually and highlight every step.
This option works best if you have a digital signature in Word, as it requires you to introduce details about every signer.
For the fully-detailed guide with images, click here to read our guide on how to draw a signature in Microsoft Word.
For this step, you'll want to already have a virtual signature image. Simply write down your signature, take a picture of it, and send it to your computer.
See the full story on how to insert a signature image in Word, as it may be useful to have the guidance images next to you going through the process.
Pro Tip: We also teach you how to make a wet signature in Word. That is, how to scan your signature and turn it into a virtual signature for online documents.
That's it! You've just learned everything on how to create a virtual signature.
You simply have to upload the document to SignHouse, create your electronic signature and put it on the agreement. All of this is free!
Follow these simple steps in order to sign a virtual contract:
Absolutely, if you do it with SignHouse — all of our electronic signatures are legally binding for consignment agreements.
Yes, signing online certificates is easy. You just have to upload the file, create your free signature and put it on the document.
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