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Old December 18th 14, 06:31 PM
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Question e-Certificate & VBA Lockdown

Hello Everyone

I am trying add an e-certificate/signature to my templates. When I create and add an e-cert, and then forward it to a "test user" the certificate is removed, or the user does not see it. Do I need a public or other type of e-certificate for my templates, which are shared organizationally?

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