When we get a legal PDF contract or an NDA as an email attachment, the general way we will sign the PDF document is to print the document on paper, sign it with a pen and then fax it back. Now, all of these complicated steps can be done easily with only your iPad/iPhone and Enolsoft Signature for PDF app. Here are the easy steps.
Step 1, Install Enolsoft Signature for PDF to iPad/iPhone
Enolsoft Signature for PDF is available from the App Store at: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/signature-for-pdf/id533052905?ls=1&mt=8. Go to this link and then install it to your iPad/iPhone.
Step 2, Import PDF files
There are three valid ways to load in PDF files to this app: over Wi-Fi, iTunes, and Email. To import PDF documents via Wi-Fi, you first need to make sure your iOS device and computer is connected to one same Wi-Fi network, and the computer has at least one usable web browser installed.
Notice: If the PDF file is encrypted by password, you will be asked to enter the password before you can sign it.
Step 3, Signing Signatures on iPad/iPhone
You are able to either signing a signature or adding text to the PDF files with this app.
a. Signing Signatures
Tap the “Signing” icon to activate the toolbar, and choose “Sign a New Signature” in the menu to begin signing. You are able to pick a color for your signature in the pool, adjust the slider to get a desirable degree of broadness for every stroke, and then start signing on the screen. When you get the job done and are happy with what you got, please tap “OK” icon on the right upper corner to confirm it. The next step is to tap the screen to paste it to the right place.
b. Adding Text
In some cases you might need to more than just signing signatures because there might be some forms to be filled out or some notes to be inserted, just tap the “Signing” icon and choose “Insert Text” to edit the text that you want to add.
Step 4, Save Signed PDF Documents
When you have got everything set, you can save the edited file to the Documents page in this app. There are two options for distribution – “Send this via Email” or “Print out this file”, so you can choose either or neither one of them based on your needs.
Note: The “Print” option only appears when there is a wireless printer connected to the same Wi-Fi network to which the iOS device is connected.