How can I add a hyperlink to my document?

Adding a hyperlink to your document allows you or your signers to access web pages directly, enhancing the interactivity and resourcefulness of your documents.

Follow these steps to insert a clickable URL into your document:

Upload your document

  1. Log in to your Sign.Plus account and navigate to Sign section.
  2. You can either click "Click here to upload" and navigate to the file you wish to upload from the chosen source, or you can drag and drop your file into the designated area.
  3. Then, select Sign or Request a signature.

Tip: You can upload a document by choosing one of the options: My Computer, Google Drive, Drive account, Dropbox, OneDrive, or Microsoft OneDrive.

Detecting and adding the link

  1. Click on the area of the document where you want to add the link. You can either type the text that will serve as the anchor (e.g., "Visit our website") or select existing text.
  2. When you type or paste a URL (like, our system automatically detects it as a potential link.
  3. A prompt appears, suggesting you to turn this text into a clickable hyperlink. You can choose to enable this by checking the Display as link option.

Customize the hyperlink

  • In the hyperlink settings, ensure the Prefill Text is correct – this is the text that will display in your document.
  • Confirm the URL in the Link field. This should be the full website address you want your readers to visit (e.g., “”).
  • You can adjust the font, size, and style of the hyperlink text to match your document’s formatting or to make it stand out.

Testing the Link

It’s a good idea to test the hyperlink to ensure it directs to the intended webpage. Simply click on the link in your document’s preview to verify it opens the correct page.

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