|By An Bui||
|October 7, 2010 05:03 PM EDT||
You can find various code samples, including a step-by-step example explaining how to set up a DocuSign ApexCode sample in your Salesforce.com account to send an object with a click of a button.
When you are done with this walkthrough, you will be able to send a Salesforce.com Contract object for signing with a button click.
In nine steps, you can implement a solution that allows the send of a Salesforce.com contract object for signing with just one button click!
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