AAT SCREENIn our March newsletter we shared our first “Ask a Technician” article where we interviewed a member of our team to answer questions about regular maintenance for your technology.

This article, and other Ask a Technician posts can be found here.

We’ve found that our customers and friends often have questions — sometimes little and sometimes big, but all are questions that need answering. We are committed to providing as much value as possible, so we decided we would follow that article with a regular piece in our newsletters AND video tutorials to answer those questions you may have. It’s a new thing for us, and you’ll see more and more posts added over time. The best part is that YOU have the opportunity to ask your questions that will help us understand more of what would be valuable to you and our other customers. The resources will grow to be more and more helpful as we learn and grow together.

If you have a question, visit the Ask a Technician link posted above. If we’ve not yet addressed your question, you can fill out the form on the right side of the page and someone will reach out to you as quickly as possible to answer your question AND we’ll see if this is something we can answer for others like you who come to the page looking for answers.

To kick things off, we wanted to highlight one of these video posts demonstrating how to sign PDF documents on your iPhone using tools built into your device.

We’ll go through the steps here, but if you’d prefer the video tutorial, here is the post.

  1. In the mail app, tap to download if the attachment has not yet been downloaded to your device. You’ll see a box representing an attachment that reads, “Tap to Download.” You’ll see the text change to read, “Downloading.”
  2. Tap to open the document. It should now open in a document viewer, filling the screen of your device.
  3. Tap on the TOOLBOX icon in the lower, right-hand corner to open the document in a Markup window. The screen will say “Markup” in the center of the top of the screen with a row of tools at the bottom of the screen.
  4. Click on the SIGNATURE icon in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen. It looks like a line with a signature on it.
  5. A window will appear showing previously created signatures and an option to “Add or Remove Signature.” SELECT the desired signature or create a new signature. If you select “Add or Remove Signature,” a new window will pop up with a plus sign in the upper left corner of the screen to add new. Selecting that option will bring up a line for you to draw your signature on. Click “D one” to add the signature once you are finished. This will add the signature to your document.
  6. DRAG AND RESIZE the signature to fit the document.
  7. Click DONE to save the document and automatically add the document in a message reply to the original sender.
  8. SEND the signed document by clicking the “Send” button in the top right corner of the screen.

That’s it! You’ve signed your document and sent it on it’s way.

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