How to Insert Your Signature in a PDF Using Microsoft Edge

If you need to sign a PDF document and don’t have any special software, don’t worry. You can actually sign a PDF using Microsoft Edge, and it’s easier than you think. In this guide, we’ll show you how to add your signature to a PDF document using Microsoft Edge.

First, find the PDF document you want to sign and right-click on it. Then, click on “Open with” and select Microsoft Edge. Once the document is open, you’ll see a lot of options on the top bar. Look to the right of the bar and click on the “Draw” feature. This will give you a pencil to draw your signature.

Next, select the color and thickness of your signature. Once you’ve chosen those settings, go to the line where you want to sign and hold down the left mouse button. Move the pencil to draw your signature. It may take some practice to get it just right, but don’t worry if it’s not perfect. It will still be legally binding.

If you don’t like your signature, you can erase it using the eraser tool. To do this, hold down the left mouse button and move the eraser across your signature.

When you’re happy with your signature, go to the top right corner and click on “Save” or “Save As.” We recommend using “Save As” so you can choose where to save the document and give it a new name. Once you’ve saved it, you can send it to whoever you need to.

In conclusion, signing a PDF document using Microsoft Edge is a quick and easy process. You don’t need any special software, just follow the steps we’ve outlined above. With this guide, you’ll be able to sign any PDF document in no time.