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How To Create Electronic Signatures

John Ballinger
Signing a document electronically with a legally binding signature

Creating Electronic Signatures is Easy

Anyone needing to sign a document that has been sent with GoodSign can sign using the laptop, desktop or mobile phone. There are two easy ways to sign:

  1. Signing can be done by typing your name and accepting the written script as your signature for this document. This format is legally binding.
  2. You can sign using your mouse, trackpad, touchpad or you mobile device screen. Simply draw your signature. If you make a mistake or want to try again hit clear to restart the process. Lastly type your name. This will be displayed below your signature.
Signing with a hand drawn signature

Once you have completed the signer process. Hit finish in GoodSign to complete your signing process.

When the document has been signed by all signers, you will receive your signed copy with your signature and any other signers that have signed the document.

Need to send or sign a document?

Get started with GoodSign at our register page and create your free account. All accounts get 10 free documents to start with.

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