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Topic # 8122 5-Jun-2006 15:03
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I am trying to figure out how to retain a signature. Have tried to find application/idea to retain a signature within these applications??

These applications all automatically recognise and convert to text !! can this be turned off??

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Reply # 37773 6-Jun-2006 09:10
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Word Mobile does not have the capability to keep handwriting as images. If you want to capture signatures then you need a special application for that.







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Reply # 37790 6-Jun-2006 10:18
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can you give me clue as to the applications and where I could source them?

It is a real bugbear for me and want to use this for an educational application

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Reply # 37792 6-Jun-2006 10:42
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Sorry - the application will be either customised spcially for you or a third party one. It depends on exactly you want to do - but certainly not capturing signatures.

Perhaps you want to look at Phatnotes?






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Reply # 37869 7-Jun-2006 09:54
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Hi and thanks,

Have looked at Phatnotes previously, but not applicable.
Need software that can capture a student signature when they have agreed to an assessment etc
preferable in pocket word or excel
suppose it is similar to couriers obtaining a customer signature when delivery is accepted

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Reply # 37872 7-Jun-2006 10:28
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In this case you will need a custom application. There are some database/forms software that allows creating forms with image fields, ideal for storing signatures. Have a look at http://www.syware.com or http://www.grandasoft.com.





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