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Create a handwritten signature online

written by Nelly Yusupova
Nelly Yusupova
Topics: Business, Career, Tech Tools, Technology
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my live signatureHave you ever wanted to have your own image of your signature that you can use to “sign” documents, emails, and letters but did not get around to it because the process of creating a digital signature was too long and tedious?

Well, now there is a faster way…use mylivesignature.com to create an online signature image in minutes.

The process is very easy:

1. Type in your name
2. Select your signature font
3. Select your signature size
4. Select the color
5. Select the slope
6. Save the image as a .png document on your desktop.

If you want a more sophisticated signature that is animated or maybe based on a paper scan of your own signature, you can also contact mylivesignature.com and their “graphic team will hand make your personal, one of a kind, signature for a very low price”.

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Did you enjoy this post? Comments (2)


Comment by Jose Perez
2008-03-09 14:46:52

thank you!

2011-10-18 08:58:55

Thanks, I am always printing documents to sign and scanning them back. Does this count as legally bound?

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