Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Adding a digital signature
3 In the Sign dialog box, click the Commitment Type box and select
one of the values.
4 If desired, type a description in the text box for Purpose For Signing
This Document.
5 If desired, click the Details button and enter your title and address.
6 If the name in the Signing As section isn’t the one for the certifi-
cate you want to use, click the Change button and select another
certificate.
7 Click the Sign button.
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CAuTIon Office 2013 includes a program named SelfCert.exe
that can create certificates for signing your macro projects.
Because these certificates aren’t issued by a certificate authority and
don’t prove your identity, they are not usable for signing documents.
TRY ThIs A digital signature added by this procedure isn’t
visible in the document. However, you can place a visible
signature in the document, associated with a digital signature. On the
Insert tab, in the Text group, click Signature Line. When the signature
line appears in the document, right-click it and then, on the shortcut
menu that appears, click Sign. In the Sign dialog box, type or ink your
name, or choose a picture of your signature. At the bottom of the
dialog box, select the certificate to use to create the digital signature.
TIP When you sign a document, it automatically becomes
marked as final, as described in “Mark a document as final” on
page 402 .
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