6.1. Sign PDF documents

PDF Expert 7 allows you to easily sign PDF documents and forms. You can draw a signature with your finger or the Apple Pencil and save it for future use. This makes PDF Expert a perfect solution for signing PDFs on the go.

The option to sign PDFs is one of the features available in the PRO pack. Learn more about upgrading PDF Expert 7 to PRO.   

Note: If you've previously purchased PDF Expert 6, you can still sign PDFs, without a subscription.

How to sign a PDF:

  1. Open a document you want to sign.
  2. Select Fill & Sign on the top toolbar.
  3. Tap Signature .
  4. To add your own signature, tap Create New Signature.
  5. If you need another person to sign a PDF, select Customer Signature. This is a one-time signature which isn’t saved in the app and can’t be copied to other documents.
  6. Scribble your signature. You can select color and thickness on the top toolbar.
  7. Tap where you want to insert a signature.
  8. You can move and resize a signature in a document.

Note: If you need to sign an interactive form, just tap the active signature field to paste your signature. Learn more about filling out forms in PDF Expert.

Here’s an alternative way to sign a PDF:

1. Tap and hold on a place in a document where you want to add a signature.

2. In a pop-up menu, select Signature.

Note: To undo the changes, tap on the toolbar. If you need to redo your edits, tap and hold and select Redo.

How to delete a saved signature:

  1. Open any PDF document.
  2. Tap Fill & Sign on the toolbar.
  3. Select Signature .
  4. Tap Select at the top right.
  5. Tap a signature you wish to remove.
  6. Select the trash can icon at the top left.
  7. Tap Done.

How to remove a signature from a document:

  1. Open the file you signed in PDF Expert.
  2. Tap a signature in the document.
  3. In a pop-up menu, select Delete.

Sign PDF attachments from email

If you have both PDF Expert and our email client Spark on your device, you can sign PDF attachments and email them back in a single workflow. Learn more about how to use PDF Expert and Spark together to work with PDF attachments.




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