How to add signature on documents using Google Docs

Through a little trick in Google Docs, you can sign your documents in it:

When working with a document on a computer, it is very common that you need to put your signature on them. However, the vast majority of applications simply let you enter their name, which de-characterizes the signature that is used in a common physical document, for example.

If you use Google Docs, however, be aware that through it you can create a signature that can be used in your documents. Here’s how to create and use your signature in Google Docs.

  1. From your computer, open Google Docs and create a new document. If you already have a DOC file, just import it into the service;
  2. With the document open, go to “Insert> Drawing> New”;
  3. Click the button represented by a line and select the “Scribble” option, which will leave your mouse like a pen;
  4. With the signature created, click “Save and close.” The process of designing the signature can be a bit difficult, but with a few attempts it is possible to achieve a good result;
  5. Back in the document, you can resize the size to fit your document.

If you’ve made a signature that you like, a good option is to save it to make it easier to incorporate it into your documents in the next few times. To do this, simply follow these steps:

  1. On the signature creation screen, go to “Actions> Download as> PNG Image”;
  2. With the image already saved, the next time you sign a document, click on this screen again, but select the image upload option;
  3. Select the “Choose an image to upload” option and upload your file;
  4. With the image loaded, right-click on it and use the “Crop Image” option to adjust its size and remove the excess unused area.

Ready! You now know how to add a signature to your documents using Google Docs.

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