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Old 05-31-2019, 09:59 AM is offline "Floating" Text (Don't know what else to call it) Windows 10 "Floating" Text (Don't know what else to call it) Office 2016
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Good Day All,

I have a Word (2016) Doc that I need to add DocuSign Custom Tags too.

As an example, to do to do this, you simply add the text "\s1\" on the Signature line in a Document. DocuSign then places that wonderful yellow "Sign Here" and the person who received the Document through DocuSign can e-Sign the document and send it back.
These "Tags" are not lining up in the professional looking way I would like them too (Picture #3 - Green Arrows). Please forgive and excuse the size of the images.

When I asked DocuSign, they tell me its something I need to correct in Word. (3rd party services are always trying to pass the buck).

So my question is this. Is there a way to add the text for the Custom tag (\s1\) to the document, only slightly above the line. In other words, I need the text to be "floating" slightly above the line of text that has the line when the signature line, date, etc. goes?

Thank you
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