How do I add a new signature or edit an existing signature in DocuSign Signature Appliance?

When you digitally sign with DocuSign Signature Appliance, you are referred to a Signing Ceremony. You can easily add a new graphical signature or edit an existing one with a few simple steps:

  1. From the DocuSign Signature Appliance control panel, click Graphical Signatures.

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  1. Add a new signature by clicking New Signature or edit an existing one by clicking on the Edit Signature button.

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  1. Create/edit a signature by drawing it, using text or uploading one in the form of an image.

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Note: A graphical signature is limited to 29KB. You can use up to a maximum of 140KB for your entire set of graphical signatures. If you wish to use a larger graphical image, you can store it in a local directory. Each local graphical signature is limited to 1 MB.

  1. Now specify the following definitions:  
    • Signature Name – The name of the new graphical signature.
    • Image/Text Only – Whether the graphical signature will be based on an image or text.
    • Used For – The type of graphical signature: Full Signature, Initials, or Logo. Only one logo is permitted per user.
    • Select Color – The color of the foreground of the graphical signature. This option is available for monochrome images only.
  2. When finished, click Save.
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