From my understanding, either you want to make your hand-written signature into a PDF file OR you want to insert your signature into a PDF. Here’s my answer for the first version. 1. Change your scanner settings first and make sure that the output is PDF. Do this by going to your computer’s devices then select the scanner. 2. Change the profile setting (either photo or document can be selected). Choose document to save it as a PDF file. 3. Create your signature on a paper, put it on the device and click scan. When done, you will notice that it’s already scanned as a PDF file. Note. On some scanners, you don’t need to go to the computer devices as the software that comes with the scanner often has an option for JPG / PDF shown before scanning. The second version, where you insert your signature into a PDF was answered and can be found from this thread. How do I do a digital signature in PDF? Please note, you can’t scan your signature and automatically place it on a document already. There are specific steps to be taken, which were given different answers from various people.
In addition, it's useful to know when an e-signature is completed, if not, please get it corrected manually. You can also try the tools that you can check out at Signature-S. Com. By the way, if you're not sure what signature service it is, it's a free PDF e-signature service to try out. Just search for signature service in Google. The only limitation of Signature-S is its limitation for a single PDF. In the future, it's possible to add more templates without the need of a separate account. Finally, you can sign a declaration of intent to sue someone or a document with a different purpose, e.g., a lawsuit for money.