- An accessible way to sign document with NVDA
Re: An accessible way to sign document with NVDA
Sarah k Alawami
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I've used docusign. It works grate. You might need aira for the rest though.
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On 12 Jan 2021, at 0:26, Sylvie Duchateau wrote:
Does anyone have experienced signing documents with NVDA?
I tried the sign document in Word but it does not seem to find the certificate.
In Adobe, I tried to use the sign document function, but when you activate the button, there is no feedback from NVDA.
If you have any hints except adding a jpg of your hand written signature, it would be helpful.
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