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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.
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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
Me too. That's why I'm so vague on the details.
You are probably right, Kelli. I've always done it for an agency.
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.
Realegal does not charge the individual court reporter. They charge the agency that is producing the transcript.
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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