I know we’re all independent people of above-average intelligence, and I know we all have the answer to every question all the time. We never need any help at all. Right? Well… sure, but even those of us who are omniscient just want someone to give us the answers every once in a while. For instance, how can I sign a document if I don’t have a printer? How do I check up on a document that needed to be signed two days ago? What the heck is a digital certificate? Why is the sky blue!?
Well, smarty-pants, you can relax: The new Electronic Signature Guide can help you select the best option for your signature needs (we’ll have to get back to you about the color of the sky, though).
Not unlike the the PDF Editing Guide that the Acrobat User Community published earlier this year, the Electronic Signature Guide walks you through the decision making process step by step: who needs to sign the document? What tools are available to you? Do you have any particular way you’d like to apply a signature to the document? As long as you can answer these questions (or even guess at them), the Electronic Signature Guide will tell you exactly how to get that signature done. Isn’t it nice when you don’t have to be the one with all the answers?