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Adobe Sign - How do I sign an electronic document?
Signing documents using Adobe Sign is easy and straightforward. University employees have default user access to Adobe Sign. External users can sign documents as well without the need for an Adobe Sign account.
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When you are asked to sign an electronic document, you will receive an email that looks like this. Click the link in the email to begin the signing process:
|Email to @illinois, @uic, or @uis addresses:|
From: Adobe Sign <email@example.com>
|Email to all other addresses:|
From: Name of Sender <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Logging into Adobe Sign
If prompted to log into Adobe Sign, enter your full campus email address, e.g. email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com. **PLEASE NOTE: At this time, @uillinois.edu addresses are not supported on this platform. Please use your campus-specific email.**
These credentials will redirect you to the standard University Single-Sign-On (SSO) page, if you are not already signed in. On the SSO page, enter your U of I credentials (NetID and password) and click Login. Then sign in with 2FA and you will then be brought to the Adobe Sign homepage.
Please visit the University's eSignature page for full Terms of Service, Frequently Asked Questions, and relevant policies.
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