Please suggest any other option other than this:
1. Attach an electronic signature using Microsoft Word 2007
o 1 Open your document in Microsoft Word. Save the file if it is a new document that you have not previously saved.
o 2 Click the "Office" button in the upper-left corner of the window. Click "Prepare."
o 3 Click "Add a digital signature."
o 4 Click "OK" to use the default digital signature or choose "Signature Services from the Office Marketplace," to go to a Microsoft web site that maintains a list of third-party signature services integrated with Microsoft Office, and links to web sites for more information. To use any of these services to digitally sign your document, you must either purchase them or download a free trial.
o 5 Type a reason for the digital signature in the field provided. This information is optional.
o 6 Review the name and certificate that appear in the "Sign" dialog box. Select "Sign" if you want to use the name and certificate that appears. Click "Change" to select an alternate name and certificate, and select "Sign."
2. Attach an Electronic Signature using Microsoft Word 2003
o 1 Open your document in Microsoft Word. Save the file.
o 2 Click "Tools" and choose "Options."
o 3 Click "Security" and select "Digital Signatures."
o 4 Select "Add." If you have more than one certificate installed on your computer, choose the one you want to use to sign the document. Click "OK."