Although computers have simplified both business and personal communication in many ways, they have also failed to easily incorporate handwriting into the informational exchange. There was once a time during which you needed to print a document and sign it with an ink pen if it were to bear your actual signature. Thanks to the advent of the digital pen, you may now affix an actual handwritten signature to any document on your personal computer. Connect your digital pen and computer to get started.
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Things you need
- Digital pen set
- Personal computer
Install any and all necessary drivers that come with your digital pen set. Insert the set-up or drivers installation CD into your personal computer's CD-ROM drive and follow the set-up wizard's instructions if necessary.
Connect the digital pen to your personal computer. Insert the USB cable attached to the digital pen or its dock into an available USB port on your computer. Pair the devices using a wireless Bluetooth connection if applicable.
Set the digital pen's thickness and ink colour. Choose both ink colour and thickness from the digital pen's "Settings" tab in its master application.
Set your cursor to the desired field for your digital signature. Drag your computer's mouse cursor to the field in which you must add a signature.
Sign your signature across the digital pen's pad or other acceptable surface. Push or hold down the "Pen Tip" release button before you write, if such a pre-emptive function is necessary for your device.
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