Re: An accessible way to sign document with NVDA
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Could you please give more information on docusign, where to find it and how it works with NVDA?
What do you mean with “You might need aira for the rest though.”
Thank you for your response.
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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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