Inserting Signed Pages in a PDF on a Windows computer


One of the easiest ways to insert a signed page in a PDF is to use www.sejda.com but this results in your data being processed outside the United Kingdom where different standards of data protection may apply. If you are concerned about this then an alternative method is to use PDF software such as Nuance Power PDF, or Adobe Acrobat. The example below shows a signed page being inserted using Nuance Power PDF version 1 (available from www.nuance.co.uk/for-individuals/by-product/pdf/index.htm). 



1. Open the PDF document and print it out selecting the best quality print option on the print dialogue.

 

 


 

2. Sign the page using black ink.

 

3. Scan in the signed page and insert just after the existing page. To do this, select Scan – Scan to Existing and, after the scan, select After…Current Page and click OK to insert the signed page after the corresponding page in the PDF.

 

 

 

4. Select and delete the original (unsigned) page.


 

 

 

Leaving just the signed page in the PDF

 

  

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