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 When can an acting commanders signature block be placed on a document for signature?

Answer In the authorized absence of the units Commanding Officer, the Acting Commander's signature may be affixed to the document.
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How to create Electronic Signature/Digital signature using scanner..?

Sign a blank piece of paper, scan it, save as image, crop accordingly. Then just open / insert / copy/paste the image accordingly. That's what I did once. Though there may be other ways.
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What is an e-signature?

An electronic signature, or e-signature, is a legally binding signature in the form of a sound, symbol or process transmitted electronically.MeansE-signatures can be transmitted via facsimile, Mors... Read More »
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What is an electronic signature?

According to the U.S. E-SIGN Act an electronic signature is an electronic sound, symbol, or electronic process that is attached to or logically associated with a contract or another record and exec... Read More »
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What is a signature loan?

A signature loan is a type of unsecured loan, meaning no collateral is required in order to borrow money. Instead of collateral, the borrower places his or her "signature" as a promise to repay the... Read More »
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