I do that with a table with fixed widths, removing all the frames and
then addling the frame-line where the person has to sign.

It's eminently reusable :-)-O


On 11/04/2018 01:18, Rich Shepard wrote:
> Before I re-invent the wheel I want to discover if there are existing
> tools to provide for entry of name, signature, and date to be filled
> in on a printed copy of the document page.  Specifically, this is for
> project proposal acceptance and should look something like this (in
> fixed-space font):
>     Name (printed): _______________    Date: _____________
>     Signature: ____________________
> Of course, \hspace{} and \vspace{} will place these appropriately.
> What I seek is a way to add the solid underline for a defined length
> and at a specified place.  Would \hfill{} be the appropriate macro?
> I've used it to place spaces but not baselines.
> Rich

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