When digitally signing an electronic document (e.g. a PDF or MS Word) the digital signature is apparent in one of the document's pages or as a property indicated by the reader application (e.g. in MS Word a red "stamp" indicates a valid signature.)
In a paperless environment this may be completely adaquate but in a mixed setting the documents may still have to be stored in printed form. "Old-fashioned" document signing confirming every individual page of the document requires from the signers to put a signature on every page.
Having a document that has been electronically signed how can somebody do something similar, i.e. include a type of "singature", on each page of the printed version?