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Signature placeholders

Adding a signature placeholder to a document is optional. If no signature placeholders are added, the necessary number of placeholders is automatically added to the end of the document:


Sample of a signature placeholder

Once the document is signed, the signatures appear at the end of the PDF, on their own page.
Here’s a sample of multiple signatures on a PDF:


In order to pre-define a placeholder, the pre-made components in the Document view can be used:


Navigate to Home, and click the Document part where the custom signature placeholder is needed


Click on the 'All signers' component from the Components tab

The signature placeholder can be styled to look different from the default style, however, please make sure not to override any existing classes.

The Signer 1 and Signer 2 components are beneficial when there’s one client signer and one internal signer. These components can be used to place the signatures anywhere in the document.

When placing a custom signature placeholder, an optional setting is the PDF signature bounding box:


These settings define the page and bounding box for the PDF signature area. They give the possibility to fine-tune where the PDF signature bounding box is located. Typically it should be located on top of the visible signature areas. These settings don't have any effect on the signature collection phase and adjusting values is optional.

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