- installing your card reader;
- signing documents with a self-proving digital signature (which also protects against editing);
- protecting documents (against editing but without signing) with the digital signature;
- practical advice relating to digital signatures.
- Click the “Insert” menu and choose “Signature line”; “OK” the pop-up box – this will create a signature line.
- Double click on the signature line and either enter your name or import an image of your physical signature, and “OK”.
- Enter your PIN and the document will be signed and protected against editing.
Can I trust it?
In this issue
- Divorce in Scots law and Sharia law
- British Bill of Rights: radical reform or damp squib?
- Ten steps to winning new business
- The Keeper is coming
- Winding-up applications: when to refuse a first order
- Reading for pleasure
- Opinion: Marsha Scott
- Book reviews
- Profile: Susan Carter
- President's column
- Securities: no more sasine
- People on the move
- Back for more
- Funding your practice
- Equal but different?
- Making safety work
- A mediation story: the mediator's log
- Uber and above?
- Experts reassessed
- Land reform: part 10 takes shape
- Out of shape
- Requirement to register: meet PSC and SIOC
- Transgender: developing participation rules
- Scottish Solicitors Discipline Tribunal
- The road less travelled
- From the Brussels office
- Law reform roundup
- Doing the business
- EU benefit rights: a not so new deal?
- Fraud: raising your game
- Ask Ash
- In the rights place
- Using your secure digital signature
- Come to the conference