Get the most out of Adobe Sign. Browse the information below for tips, tutorials, and other good stuff to help you understand the power of e-signatures and the many ways Adobe Sign keeps work moving.
Create an online form.
Using the web forms feature in Adobe Sign makes it easy to turn PDFs and other documents into online forms.
Learn how to create online forms
Sign a PDF with a digital signature.
In six simple steps, you can create, apply, preview, and authenticate a digital signature for a PDF file.
See how to use digital signatures with PDFs
Create an electronic signature.
Skip the paper. Start signing documents faster and more efficiently using e-signatures.
Learn how to create an e-signature
Sign a Microsoft Word document.
Adobe Sign and Microsoft Word are super compatible. It’s easy to add an e-signature to a Word document.
Learn about using Adobe Sign with Microsoft Word
What’s an e-signature?
An e-signature is a legal way to sign digital documents and can replace handwritten signatures in just about any process.
Learn about e-signatures
What’s a certificate-based digital signature?
A certificate-based digital signature is a specific type of e-signature that complies with the strictest legal regulations.
Learn about certificate-based digital signatures
Create online contracts.
Route contracts and collect legally binding e-signatures using Adobe Sign. It’s fast, easy, and compliant.
Learn how to move contracts online
Safe and flexible.
Our e-signatures meet the most demanding compliance laws and security requirements around the world.
Learn about Adobe Sign security
Turn PDFs and documents into online forms for a variety of business purposes, and make them easily accessible to all who need them.
How to create a digital signature
How to create an e-signature
How to move contracts online
Create online forms
Adobe Sign security
Certificate-based digital signatures
Integrate e-docs into your business
Protect your business with NDAs
Use Adobe Sign with Word
Work with wet signatures
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