Signing Documents

Signing Documents

When it comes to getting documents signed, you have a few options:

Sign and Mail

  1. Print the document.
  2. Sign it.
  3. Mail it to the next person.
  4. Mail it in after all the signing is complete.

Sign and Scan

  1. Print the document.
  2. Sign it.
  3. Scan it back in.
  4. Email it to the next signer.
  5. Email it in after all the signing is complete.

While many people have a printer, not everyone has a scanner.  Aside from simple cell phone pictures, I have found that Adobe has an app for both iOS and Android for scanning documents.  The name is Adobe Scan.  It is a free app, and it does not require a subscription to any Adobe applications.  It can take the photo, and you can adjust the photo for things like skewed edges after the fact.  I’ve also found it super handy for scanning receipts.

Adobe Sign

  • If you are comfortable using Adobe Sign, go right ahead and use it.
  • If you prefer, you can send the documents to Kingdom Exchequer to manage Adobe Sign:
  1. Create a PDF of the document.
  2. Send Kingdom Exchequer the PDF, and include a note about which people need to sign.  For each person, include:
    • Mundane name
    • SCA name
    • SCA member number
  3. Kingdom Exchequer will use Adobe Sign to send the document out to each person for electronic signatures. Signing is performed though Adobe Sign’s methods via email. Special software is not required.

Questions?

For questions or assistance on any of these topics, please contact your Regional Deputy or the Kingdom Exchequer.

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