Official documents are increasingly being converted to PDF documents, and you may be required to sign one when away from your computer. It’s honestly not that tough if you’re using an iPhone; you can create a signature and reuse it by utilising the iPhone’s built-in Markup tool. Here’s how to create a signature for PDF documents.
- In Markup, open the PDF document.
- At the bottom right, tap the + sign.
- Select Signature from the drop-down menu.
- If you haven’t yet made any signatures, hit the “New Signature” label at the top. (Tap the plus sign in the upper left corner if you don’t see “New Signature.”)
- You’ll be able to customise your new signature by adding your entire name, family name, nickname, and so on. You can also select to have no label at all.
- After you’ve decided on a label, sign your name at the bottom of the screen. If you need to try more than once to get it correct, there is a “Clear” button. When you’re finished, tap “Done” in the top right corner.
- Following the steps to know how to create a signature for PDF, your signature will display in a box on your paper. You can move and/or resize it until you’re satisfied with the way it appears on the page. Tap anywhere outside the box when you’re ready. After that, you can use Markup to make any further changes.
- Tap “Done” in the upper left corner when you’re finished and save the file.
- When you open a PDF in Markup on your phone again, hit the Signature button, and your saved signature (or signatures) will appear. Simply tap it, and it will appear in your document. If you like, you can always choose “Add or Remove Signature.”