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  • Nicole “Nikki” Schwartz

    I’ve wondered about this, but I think it’s intentional. Since we are not really supposed to change things after they are signed. My guess is it’s to avoid unintentionally hitting lock and sign by accident.

    There are other fail safes built in the system. Like deleting a client account requires you to type in their name correctly. It avoids unintentional deleting.

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  • Ruth

    Hi Alyssa, Nicole is absolutely right! The reason we have the "Lock & Sign" button placed at the bottom of the note is to make sure it's the final step you take after entering the note, as opposed to an accidental function you click before you've written the note. If you'd like us to reconsider the placement of the "Lock & Sign" button, please post on our Ideas and Suggestions Board:!

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