Further Qs on hw 2 deal with an editable .pdf form

  Triprajul 17:50 07 Oct 2010


Thanks to all who responded to my last question about dealing with a .pdf form. It turned out the form was editable. Most pages were easy. I downloaded them and completed them on my computer. However, three pages required my signature be present. What is the most logical thing to do here? Could I scan just my signature, then re-size it and then insert onto the appropriate pages or is there a better way? Any advice would be appreciated.

Finally, John Bunyan recommended printing it, filling it in, then scanning it and sending it as scan or .jpg. I liked the idea of filling it by hand because it is for a bank and I am just old-fashioned. However, what I failed to mentioned in my last posting is the application form in question is eight pages long. Also, I have to include two other documents with required signatures for a total of ten pages. If I scanned ten pages, would I have to send each page as an attachment or is there a better way? For example, how could I put all ten pages in a folder and sent them as one attachment? I use Yahoo.mail BTW.

Finally, should I send pages like this as scan or .jpeg? Two pages have photos (passport and driving licence respectively) but the others are just text. Any advice given is greatly appreciated.

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