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As of my last update, Google Docs does not have a built-in feature for adding signatures directly within the document. However, you can insert an image of your signature into a Google Docs document using the following steps:

1. **Create or Upload Your Signature Image**: First, you'll need an image file of your signature. You can create one using a digital signature tool, or you can scan your physical signature and save it as an image file (e.g., JPG, PNG).

2. **Open Your Google Docs Document**: Go to Google Docs and open the document where you want to add your signature.

3. **Insert the Signature Image**: Place your cursor at the location in the document where you want to insert your signature. Then, go to the "Insert" menu at the top of the page and select "Image" from the dropdown menu.

4. **Upload or Select Your Signature Image**: In the "Insert an image" dialog box, you can upload your signature image from your computer by clicking "Upload from computer" or select it from Google Drive by clicking "Google Drive." Alternatively, if your signature image is hosted online, you can paste the URL in the "By URL" tab.

5. **Adjust Size and Position**: Once your signature image is inserted into the document, you can adjust its size and position as needed by clicking and dragging the corners or edges of the image.

6. **Save Your Document**: After adding your signature image, be sure to save your document to retain the changes.

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As of my last update, Google Docs does not have a built-in feature for adding signatures directly within the document. However, you can insert an image of your signature into a Google Docs document using the following steps:

1. **Create or Upload Your Signature Image**: First, you'll need an image file of your signature. You can create one using a digital signature tool, or you can scan your physical signature and save it as an image file (e.g., JPG, PNG).

2. **Open Your Google Docs Document**: Go to Google Docs and open the document where you want to add your signature.

3. **Insert the Signature Image**: Place your cursor at the location in the document where you want to insert your signature. Then, go to the "Insert" menu at the top of the page and select "Image" from the dropdown menu.

4. **Upload or Select Your Signature Image**: In the "Insert an image" dialog box, you can upload your signature image from your computer by clicking "Upload from computer" or select it from Google Drive by clicking "Google Drive." Alternatively, if your signature image is hosted online, you can paste the URL in the "By URL" tab.

5. **Adjust Size and Position**: Once your signature image is inserted into the document, you can adjust its size and position as needed by clicking and dragging the corners or edges of the image.

6. **Save Your Document**: After adding your signature image, be sure to save your document to retain the changes.

While adding an image of your signature can serve as a visual representation of your signature, please note that it may not have the same legal validity as a handwritten signature on a physical document. If you need to sign documents electronically for legal or official purposes, consider using a secure digital signature service that complies with relevant regulations.
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