I have created a wiki page (like a letter) that will be printed for signature. Is there a solution about how to create an area of a written signature? For example, at the end of a letter
The best idea that I have come up with is to use a table with two/three columns and one row like the following image:
Are there better solutions to controlling the format of this area for signature?
BTW, this text area for questions is very limiting . . .
Your idea of the table is already good. Another workaround I could see here, would be to insert first the macro "section", inside of it, insert the macro "column" and then inside of it, insert the macro "panel".
With the settings of the macro column you'll be able to choose the width of the panel, and you can also insert another macro column under the first one.
With the panel, you'll be able to insert a title, and you'll have have two clean rectangles
I add a capture of the page I've created in my test instance
Hope it helps
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