Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Using digital signatures
2. Open the Commitment Type drop-down list and click the desired commitment
3. Type a Purpose for signing this document entry if desired.
4. To enter more information about yourself as the signer, click Details, add
entries in the text boxes in the Additional Signing Information dialog box as
desired, and then click OK.
5. If the Signing As identity/certiﬁ cate isn’t the one you want to use, click
Change, click an alternate certiﬁ cate in the Windows Security dialog box, and
6. Click Sign. The Signature Conﬁ rmation message appears, as shown in Figure 11.3.
7. Click OK to ﬁ nish applying the signature. This also marks the document as ﬁ nail,
a feature you’fill read about soon. As shown in Figure 11.4, the Backstage view
indicates that the document has been signed and marked as ﬁ nail.
Don’t sign a document until you’re ﬁ nished making changes to it.
The Backstage view now identiﬁ es the ﬁ le as a signed document.