How to Sign and Send PDF Documents on an Android Device
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How to Sign and Send PDF Documents
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In the past, signing a PDF document was pretty annoying and tedious. Normally, you would start by downloading the document, printing it, signing, and scanning it before emailing it back to the sender. Then technology happened and with it came various apps making it possible to sign PDF documents electronically. Here, we will show you how to sign PDF documents on Android devices using Adobe Reader minus the hassle of jumping through various hoops.

While there are many apps for signing PDF documents, Adobe Reader is considered the most popular and the best app for viewing, editing, and signing PDF documents. In addition, it is free to use, unlike many PDF signing apps.


To sign a PDF document on your Android phone, start by having it easily accessible to Adobe Reader by saving it on your device’s storage, Google Drive, or Dropbox. Next, download Adobe Reader from the Google Play Store.

Once you have downloaded the app, open it, and go through the setting up process. Next, open the PDF document by tapping it and choosing Adode Reader as the program to open it. Tap the icon at the bottom right of the app that looks like a pen and selects “Fill and Sign”. Select the fountain pen tip icon and tap “Create Signature”. Use your finger to sign in the part indicated “Sign Here”. When you finish, tap “Done.” You will see the signature you just created in the PDF document.

To place your signature exactly where you want it, tap and hold your finger on the signature box and drag it there. You can even resize or reposition it by grasping the signature box in the middle. Next, tap the checkmark at the top-left corner and voila! You are done. You just signed the PDF document!

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Normally, documents that need a signature also require you to date them or fill in additional information. Do not fret, Adobe Reader has you covered.

If you cannot see the keyboard, tap the text button in the left corner of the screen and select the field you want to fill in. Tap one of the text buttons in the pop-up and type the text or date. Just like the signature, you have the option of repositioning the information you just entered.

When you finish filling in the required information, you can send the document via text or email. Alternatively, you can save the changes to the document by tapping the checkmark at the top left of the screen. Easy peasy. You are home and dry!

 

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In the past, signing a PDF document was pretty annoying and tedious. Normally, you would start by downloading the document, printing it, signing, and scanning it before emailing it back to the sender. Then technology happened and with it came various apps making it possible to sign PDF documents electronically. Here, we will show you how to sign PDF documents on Android devices using Adobe Reader minus the hassle of jumping through various hoops.
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