Adobe Sign Documentation

Adobe Sign Documentation


Adobe Sign Portal (For Sending Agreements)


LSU Health New Orleans provides faculty and staff access to Adobe Sign--an industry leading tool for adding digital signatures to documents. Adobe Sign is one of Adobe's products, but is not part of the Creative Cloud.

Adobe Sign should be used to collect legally binding signatures on documents with limited internal steps, particularly where you are the sender and final recipient of the document. Once a document has been signed, it is locked to any further changes.

Other types of university forms should be built using Microsoft Forms with Microsoft Power Automate if a workflow is needed.




The Adobe Acrobat Sign for Microsoft Outlook Add-in is the simplest way to get started with Adobe Sign. The Outlook plugin will be automatically enabled when your account licensed for Adobe Sign. Training documentation for this plugin can be found here.

One of the best sources of training and Support is Adobe's online help center, including information in this User Guide:

It is highly recommend that you familiarize yourself with Adobe's guide to creating an accessible fillable form in Adobe Acrobat DC in order to prepare the form prior to using Adobe Sign to request a signature.

There are a number of training videos below offered for a variety of Adobe Sign roles.

Common Tasks


Enablement Training

Adobe Sign enablement training focuses on the specifics of how to initiate agreements and create scalable workflows. The focus is on a train-the-trainer model, but we are providing access to the recording for any interested users. More specific training on workflows and template creation are found in the links below:



If you have questions or need support for Adobe Sign contact your local supporter or