How do I complete the EULA digital signature?

How do I complete the EULA digital signature?

Prior to accessing Readiness, all users must read and digitally sign the End User License Agreement (EULA).  Additionally, users must read and digitally sign the EULA if there are any updates to the agreement.  To digitally sign the EULA, users must:
1.      Scroll through and read the EULA
2.      Enter the digital signature in the field  
            * The format for the digital signature is "/" Firstname Lastname "/" with no spaces between the slashes and the names.
            * The digital signature is the same first name and last name used during registration
            * NOTE:  If a user changes their name under My Account, they will use that first name and last name
            * Example:  /John Doe/
3.      Press the "Accept" button
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