Adobe Sign allows for several different methods of how you would like your signature to appear when it is applied to a document.

  • If you prefer to use the default Adobe Sign signature text font, there is no need to pre-define your signature file
  • You can draw your signature with your mouse or stylus
  • You can upload an image of your signature file using a .bmp, .png, .gif, or .jpg format

Create a new signature

  1. Mouse over your name in the upper-right corner of the window

    • Select the My Profile option
  2. Click the Create button 

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  3. The signature panel is exposed, allowing you to enter your signature. There are two options:

    • Draw - You are asked to use a finger or stylus to physically draw your signature in the signature space.
      • If you are on a device that isn't touch enabled (like a desktop system), you can select the Mobile option, which will ask for a phone number to a touch enabled device.  A link will be sent to that number, allowing you to draw your signature there, and import it to your user profile
    • Image - Upload an image of your signature.  You are prompted to select a file from your local system
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  4. When you have a signature you like, click Apply

    View of the Signature panel with the Draw option highlighted

    Note:

    An Image signature will have the size adjusted to fit the signature field size on each document.

    • Minimal recommended size: 60 pixels tall and up to 600 pixels wide.
    • Supported formats: PNG, JPG, GIF, BMP.

  5. Follow the same process to save your initials


Replace your signature

  1. Mouse over your name in the upper-right corner of the window

    • Select the My Profile option
  2. Click Clear to delete the existing signature file

    View of the Signature panel with the Draw option highlighted
  3. Create your new signature per the above process

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