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Adobe Sign

Adobe Sign can be used to electronically send documents for signature.

Everyone on campus has access to the Pro version of Adobe Sign through our Creative Cloud licensing. For most customers this access should be sufficient.

To take full advantage of the features in Adobe Sign you may need to request Enterprise access. Primarily this will apply to those sending documents for signature to multiple parties and requesting different types of approval or signature. To get Enterprise access for Adobe Sign from UMD, please use the online request form. This request may take some time to process. Please be patient, as two confirmation messages will be sent by the system.  

The main web site to log in for access to Adobe Sign at UMD is esign.umd.edu.

  1. Sign in using your UMD account. See the pictures below for the appropriate options.


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  2. You will be redirected to Adobe's Document Cloud site. 
  3. Select the option to go to the Adobe Sign site.
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  4. Now you can start the process of requesting signatures. 

The best place to get a quick walkthrough of Adobe Sign at UMD is here.
Another good source of information is Adobe's help site, which provides several short video explanations.

There is an option to embed forms on web pages.  The best way to do this is to contact EIT Help at eit-help@umd.edu and we can coordinate with the Division of IT for consultation.




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Owner:Jeff M.Group:University of Maryland Engineering IT
Created:2020-05-09 10:38 EDTUpdated:2020-05-21 14:59 EDT
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