AsanDoc: guidelines for signing

Signing e-documents with “AsanDoc”: Microsoft Windows

Signing e-documents with “AsanDoc”: MAC

Singing e-documents with “AsanDoc”: Linux

Signing e-documents with “AsanDoc”: Android

Signing e-documents with “AsanDoc”: iOS

Signing e-documents with “AsanDoc”: Microsoft Windows

1. Open “AsanDoc” in your computer:

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2. Press the button “Sign documents” and choose a file you want to sign:

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3. After selecting the file, a window opens to save the created AsanDoc file (* .adoc). In this window you can change the name and location of the AsanDoc file:

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4. File to be signed added to the container of “AsanDoc”:

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5. For signing the file enter in the “Mobile number” field the number on which the “Asan İmza” service is active. Enter in the “User ID” field a six-digit “Asan İmza” user ID. After you complete these fields, the button “Sign” will become active. Also you can fill the optional fields “Resolution” , “City”, “State”, “Country”, “ZIP”:

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6. If you have not used before the “Asan İmza” mobile e-signature to sign documents with “AsanDoc”, you will be prompted to download an access token for the mobile e-signature service. In this case, select the “Yes” button:

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7. To download the token, it is necessary to use the “Asan İmza”mobile e-signature. Make sure the verification code on the computer screen matches with the code on your mobile phone and enter the Asan İmza PIN1 on your phone:

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8. You will receive a message about installing of the access token for the mobile e-signature service. In this window, select the button “Continue signing”:

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9. A window appears with a list of your digital certificates. Select the certificate required for the signing operation and confirm by pressing “OK” (in this example, an individual certificate is selected) * :

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10. Make sure the verification code on the computer screen matches with the code on your mobile phone and enter the Asan İmza PIN2:

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11. Finally, the file is signed with “AsanDoc”. By pressing the button “Show details” you can get detailed information about the parameters of the electronic signature.

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12. You can see the folder where you saved the file signed with “AsanDoc”. This file can be used accordingly (i.e sent via e-mail, print etc.).

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Signing e-documents with “AsanDoc”: MAC

1. Open “AsanDoc” in your computer:

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2. Press the button “Sign documents” and choose a file you want to sign:

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3. After selecting the file, a window opens to save the created AsanDoc file (* .adoc). In this window you can change the name and location of the file AsanDoc:

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4. File to be signed added to the container of “AsanDoc”:

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5. For signing the file enter in the “Mobile number” field the number on which the “Asan İmza” service is active. Enter in the “User ID” field a six-digit “Asan İmza” user ID. After you complete these fields, the button “Sign” will become active. Also you can fill the optional fields “Resolution” , “City”, “State”, “Country”, “ZIP”:

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6. If you have not used before the “Asan İmza” mobile e-signature to sign documents with “AsanDoc”, you will be prompted to download an access token for the mobile e-signature service. In this case, select the “Yes” button:

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7. To download the token, it is necessary to use the “Asan İmza”mobile e-signature. Make sure the verification code on the computer screen matches with the code on your mobile phone and enter the Asan İmza PIN1 on your phone:

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8. You will receive a message about installing of the access token for the mobile e-signature service. In this window, select the button “Continue signing”:

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9. A window appears with a list of your digital certificates. Select the certificate required for the signing operation and confirm by pressing “OK” (in this example, an individual certificate is selected) ** :

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10. Make sure the verification code on the computer screen matches with the code on your mobile phone and enter the Asan İmza PIN2:

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11. Finally, the file is signed with “AsanDoc”. By pressing the button “Show details” you can get detailed information about the parameters of the electronic signature:

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12. You can see the folder where you saved the file signed with “AsanDoc”. This file can be used accordingly (i.e sent via e-mail, print etc.):

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Signing e-documents with “AsanDoc”: Linux

1. Open “AsanDoc” in your computer:

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2. Press the button “Sign documents” and choose a file you want to sign:

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3. After selecting the file, a window opens to save the created AsanDoc file (* .adoc). In this window you can change the name and location of the file AsanDoc:

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4. File to be signed added to the container of “AsanDoc”:

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5. For signing the file enter in the “Mobile number” field the number on which the “Asan İmza” service is active. Enter in the “User ID” field a six-digit “Asan İmza” user ID. After you complete these fields, the button “Sign” will become active. Also you can fill the optional fields “Resolution” , “City”, “State”, “Country”, “ZIP”:

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6. If you have not used before the “Asan İmza” mobile e-signature to sign documents with “AsanDoc”, you will be prompted to download an access token for the mobile e-signature service. In this case, select the “Yes” button:

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7. To download the token, it is necessary to use the “Asan İmza”mobile e-signature. Make sure the verification code on the computer screen matches with the code on your mobile phone and enter the Asan İmza PIN1 on your phone:

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8. You will receive a message about installing of the access token for the mobile e-signature service. In this window, select the button “Continue signing”:

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9. A window appears with a list of your digital certificates. Select the certificate required for the signing operation and confirm by pressing “OK” (in this example, an individual certificate is selected) *** :

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10. Make sure the verification code on the computer screen matches with the code on your mobile phone and enter the Asan İmza PIN2:

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11. Finally, the file is signed with “AsanDoc”. By pressing “Show details” you can get detailed information about the parameters of the electronic signature:

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12. You can see the folder where you saved the file signed with “AsanDoc”. This file can be used accordingly (i.e sent via e-mail, print etc.):

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Signing e-documents with “AsanDoc”: Android

1. Download “AsanDoc” from “Google Play Market”.URL for download

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2. Enter the program and select a file you want to sign:

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3. For signing the file enter in the “Mobile number” field the number on which the “Asan İmza” service is active. Enter in the “User ID” field a six-digit “Asan İmza” user ID. After you complete these fields, the button “Sign” will become active. Also you can fill the optional fields “Role/Resolution” , “City “, “State/Province”, “Country”, “Postal code”:

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4. Make sure the verification code on the program’s screen matches with the code on your mobile phone and enter the Asan İmza PIN1:

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5. A window appears with a list of your digital certificates. Select the certificate required for the signing operation (in this example, an individual certificate is selected):

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6. Make sure the verification code on the program’s screen matches with the code on your mobile phone and enter the Asan İmza PIN2:

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7. Finally, the file is signed with “AsanDoc”. The signed document can be used accordingly (i.e. sent via email, printed etc.).

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Signing document with “AsanDoc”: iOS

1. Download “AsanDoc“ from “Apple Store”.URL for downloading

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2. Select a file you want to sign with “AsanDoc”. The file to be signed will be added to the container of “AsanDoc”:

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3. For signing the file enter in the “Phone number” field the number on which the “Asan İmza” service is active. Enter in the “User ID” field a six-digit “Asan İmza” user ID. After you complete these fields, the button “Add signature” will become active. Also you can fill the optional fields “Role ” , “City “, “State “, “Country”, “Index”:

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4. Make sure the verification code on the program’s screen matches with the code on your mobile phone and enter the Asan İmza PIN1:

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5. A window appears with a list of your digital certificates. Select the certificate required for the signign operation (in this example, an individual certificate is selected):

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6. Make sure the verification code on the program’s screen matches with the code on your mobile phone and enter the Asan İmza PIN2:

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7. Finally, the file is signed with “AsanDoc”. The signed document can be used accordingly (i.e. sent via email, printed etc.):

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Download the instructions for signing in PDF


* If you want to sign a document on behalf of an organization or a company, you must use a business certificate.

** If you want to sign a document on behalf of an organization or a company, you must use a business certificate.

*** If you want to sign a document on behalf of an organization or a company, you must use a business certificate.