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Adobe Integrates EchoSign e-Signature Service Into Adobe Reader

Say goodbye to the hassle of printing out, signing, and faxing back documents. Adobe has integated its e-signature service, EchoSign, into Adobe Reader X for the desktop, Android, and iOS, so you can sign and return electronic documents from anywhere. The Android and iOS versions of Adobe Reader add the ability to annotate PDF documents by using highlights, strikethroughs
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You'll need to update to the latest version of Adobe Reader for all the devices on which you intend to use EchoSign, including your desktop (Adobe Reader X 10.1.3), Android, and iOS. A new Sign tab near the upper right corner of the window lets you sign a document or request a signature for the document being viewed.

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