To edit a signed transcript, click the transcript and then click the Edit E-Transcript button.
When you edit and then save a transcript that has been signed electronically, you are prompted to save the transcript with a different file name. This feature protects the validity of the original signature. That is, when you save the file with a different name, the original signature is no longer affixed to the transcript, and you must re-sign the transcript.
If you are enrolled with RealLegal E-Transcript Signatures, you can make the changes, save it with a different file name, and then re-sign the transcript.
Enrolling in the service is easy but not quick. Because of the legalities involved, RealLegal must receive a notarized form via postal mail that verifies you are a certified court reporter. Only then will RealLegal allow you to sign transcripts electronically. To download the necessary form and to create a signature account, visit the RealLegal Signature Service page.