- Easily upload and send documents for electronic signature.
- Quickly access and sign documents that require signature.
- Readily check a document’s status, send reminders, view audit trails, and securely store online.
- Create templates using existing forms to help streamline the sending process.
- Oversee document workflow by identifying and managing recipients and routing.
- Make forms available online allowing for self-service and ease of accessibility.
- General Information
How do I obtain an electronic signature account?
Users who only sign or approve documents do not need a licensed account. Personal account can be requested here by using Marshall email credential. To request a licensed Adobe Sign account, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
What files types can I use?
- PDF (.pdf)
- Microsoft Word (.doc and .docx)
- Microsoft Excel (.xls and .xlsx)
- Microsoft PowerPoint (.ppt and .pptx)
- WordPerfect (.wp)
- Text (.txt)
- Rich text (.rtf)
- Graphics (.jpg, .jpeg, .gof, .tif, .tiff, .bmp and .png)
- Web (.htm or .html)
Who can see the documents I send via Adobe Sign?
Adobe Sign electronic signature requests are sent directly to the email address(es) of the signer(s) that you specify before you send a document. Only someone with access to that email address will have the ability to open and sign the document.
Can recipients sign a document on a mobile device?
Yes. Adobe Sign supports web-enabled phones and tablet devices as long as the device has a web browser.
Can I store signed documents on Adobe Sign?
Adobe Sign archives signed documents, but always make sure to store a local copy of signed documents by downloading them to your computer or saving a print copy.
Can I send sensitive documents with Adobe Sign?
No. Do not use Adobe Sign to send or store documents containing sensitive information (e.g., Social Security Numbers, credit card numbers).