April 02 2018
Writing your signature
Hi there! It’s Donna and thank you for allowing me to come into your inbox.
Today, I’d like to touch on the subject of writing your signature.
When signing your name, place a signature guide over the line requiring your signature. Then write your name in the space provided.
Another way to locate the proper place to sign is to ask someone to make a fold which you can feel along the line requiring your signature. (Make sure the ridge of the fold is upward.)
Or have someone place your index finger at the beginning of the signature line and sign your name to the right of your finger.
People with low vision may find lines easier to locate if traced with a dark pen or marker.
many people who are visually impaired find it helpful to use dark-lined paper when writing.
If the edges of the paper seem to disappear, place the paper on a contrasting surface. For example, if you are writing on white paper, place the paper on a dark place mat, or dark table top, or another dark surface. The contrasting surface will make it easier to see the edges of the paper.
Many people find it difficult to read materials written in pen. Writing with a wide-tipped black marker on white paper is generally easier to see.
I hope that these tips are helpful to you.
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