Using Adobe Sign for Digital Signatures

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What is Adobe Sign

Adobe Sign is a service for creating and/or approving digital signatures. Typically, digital signatures are used for signing offer letters, sales contracts, permission slips, rental/lease agreements, liability waivers, financial documents, etc. Our Adobe Sign instance is licensed for Xavier business use only and should not be used for personal documents.

Logging into an Adobe Sign account

Adobe Sign uses Single Sign On (SSO) for authentication.

If you are going to create and edit Adobe Sign documents, you need to first request a Xavier Adobe account:  Non-Xavier Adobe accounts will not work on our system.

If you need a new Xavier Adobe Sign account, open a new ticket with our help desk.

If you are just signing a document that has been sent to you from Xavier’s Adobe Sign system, you do not need a Xavier Adobe Sign account to sign and return the document.

Once you have received an account, start from the Adobe Sign Login, use your Xavier email address and SSO password, and select "Company or School Account."

Getting started

Adobe Sign has two roles: document senders and document signers. The following directions step through the process for each role:

Further assistance

For more assistance with using Adobe Sign, visit the Adobe Sign User Guide.

If you need a new Adobe Sign account, or experience difficulty without finding a suitable answer in the User Guide, please open a new ticket with our help desk.

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