Hi everyone.

I am on Digicat software which does not support electronic signature.  Does anyone know how I can apply an electronic signature to my certificate page using a free software?  I hear Adobe Acrobat will do the trick, but at a cost of $395.

Thanks,  Maura


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Comment by Patricia Harris Vernon on April 14, 2013 at 19:00

You can put your signature in with Adobe Acrobat, but why not use PDF Creater?  It's $99 and does exactly the same thing.  I use it.  I have also inserted my signature via CaseCAT or PDF Creater.  You just have to sign a piece of paper with your signature.  I used Paint to resize just the portion for my signature...you can use Photoshop...anything that you can resize a scanned document or cut it.  This import it as a "stamp" thru PDFC.  Anytime I need it, just click on the Stamp icon, choose my signature stamp.  You have to "draw" a square where it is going, and you're good to go.  I then use VeriSign to digitally sign and encrypt the document.  Takes all of maybe 3 mins for me to do it...might take a newbie a bit longer.  Easy-Peasy

Comment by Kelli Combs (admin) on March 16, 2013 at 11:32

Me too.  That's why I'm so vague on the details.

Comment by Janiece Young on March 16, 2013 at 11:08

You are probably right, Kelli.  I've always done it for an agency.

Comment by Kelli Combs (admin) on March 16, 2013 at 11:05

But if the reporter IS the agency and the reporter, I think they would charge them.  From what I understand by the post, that's the situation.

Comment by Janiece Young on March 16, 2013 at 8:57

Realegal does not charge the individual court reporter.  They charge the agency that is producing the transcript.

Comment by Kelli Combs (admin) on March 16, 2013 at 8:55

Have you looked into Docusign?  I don't know for my transcripts, but my husband uses it in his business all the time.  He's a realtor and sometimes people aren't in the area to sign documents for purchasing a house.  You could look into it at least.

Then there's Realegal.  I know there is a fee with them, but not sure what it is.  It's per signature.  You lodge your signature with them and then they apply it to your cert pages.  For some reason, I want to say they charge per signature.

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