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 What Are Facsimile Signatures?

Answer A facsimile signature is a reproduction of your manual signature that can be saved electronically or by engraving, imprinting or stamping. Although facsimile signatures may be risky, they are legal... Read More »
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Does the IRS accept a facsimile signature on a tax return?

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) will only accept a facsimile signature on tax returns as part of a return perfection process initiated by the IRS. This is a post-filing process in which the IRS ... Read More »
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Where can you find a user guide for a Canon Laser Class 2050p G3 Facsimile machine?

It's how sensitive the film is to the light. Which is measured in ISO. If you use a film camera. The film box should say what ISO it is. If you have a digital camera, you can adjust it in certain m... Read More »
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What Is the Meaning of Email Signatures?

Email programs allow you to add a signature under the mail options. An email signature is a text message or picture that is attached to the bottom of every email you send.
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What does ink color mean in signatures?

Different ink colors for signatures symbolize different things depending on the person writing the signature. Black symbolizes power while blue represents dynamism and evokes calm. Red symbolizes l... Read More »
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