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Discussion in 'iPad General Discussions' started by shadcook17, Jun 29, 2011.
I need a way to open a word document on an iPad 1 and edit, add a signature, and save it as a PDF.
There may well be a quicker way but I opened a Word file in Pages from Dropbox (but of course you could import it from anywhere!) edited it, then inserted my signature which I keep in my saved photo album and exported by emailing to myself as a PDF.
That's the way I do it too. However, if you need to add a 'real' signature, you can export the document without the signature as a PDF and then use the app, SignMyPad, to add the signature directly - with finger or stylus - to the PDF, flatten the resulting document and then email or print it.
I think Google docs should do this.
Microsoft just introduced the non beta version of office365 and I have read it will work on IOS devices.
Sent from my huge iPod touch via IPF.
I use an app called TakeNotes. There might be better ones, but I didn't bother researching much.
I needed to sign some docs, so I googled a credible recommendation, found TakeNotes, bought it, signed and sent. I've used it repeatedly since. It's quick, easy and it works without a hitch for me. I open, sign with my finger, flatten and email.
TakeNote looks like a useful app but can you edit an imported Word doc?