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How to sign a document on your iPhone iPad, or iPod touch — Apple Support

How to sign a document on your iPhone iPad, or iPod touch — Apple Support


Need to sign documents
on the go? You can sign PDFs or images
with Markup in Mail. Tap an attachment
to open it. Now, tap Markup
in the upper-right corner. Next, tap Add
in the lower-right corner and tap Signature. Use your finger
to sign your name. Then, tap Done. Once your signature
is in the document, you can move it by
tapping and dragging like this. Or resize it by tapping and
dragging one corner like this. When your signature
is where you want it, tap Done. And send the message right back. ♪ Music playing ♪ For more helpful tips like this, subscribe to
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to keep watching now. ♪

24 thoughts on “How to sign a document on your iPhone iPad, or iPod touch — Apple Support”

  1. Hello, I hope you will put the translation into Arabic so that the Arabs can benefit from the educational explanations

    مرحبا، اتمنى أن تضع الترجمة إلى اللغة العربية حتى يتمكن العرب من الاستفادة من الشروحات التعليمية

  2. How to delete screen of vidjets? How to make enter of code-password in old way – moving to new screen not pressing button Home?

  3. my iphone 5s could not be activate .because the activation server can not be reached .. how can i activate my phone .apple plz fix this issue

  4. Hello, I only have the share option when I open the attachment – any idea why and how I can get it on there. I have the latest ios and the MacOS Majove – where the option is greyed out. Pleae help

  5. How secure is my signature once it is sent please? If I can move it and resize it etc. how easy is it then for someone to copy my signature once they (perhaps illegally) get a copy of this signed document and use it to forge correspondence with my "apparent" signature?

    What about if I DON'T use the signature option but instead use my Apple Pencil direct from the mark up option on the document? Is that more secure?

    My Apple Pencil is cool and one of my favouritest Apple gadgets I have recently added but at this point prior to getting an answer I am mindful of the potential for ID / signature theft.

  6. How secure is my signature once it is sent please? If I can move it and resize it etc. how easy is it then for someone to copy my signature once they (perhaps illegally) get a copy of this signed document and use it to forge correspondence with my "apparent" signature?

    What about if I DON'T use the signature option but instead use my Apple Pencil direct from the mark up option on the document? Is that more secure?

    My Apple Pencil is cool and one of my favouritest Apple gadgets I have recently added but at this point prior to getting an answer I am mindful of the potential for ID / signature theft.

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