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Adobe Acrobat Signatures

Posted on 2011-02-15
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When I place an electronic signature on an Adobe form by clicking & dragging & making a box for the signature the signature goes in fine. But if I need to delete the signature by right clicking it & choosing remove signature the signature goes away fine. The problem is, after doing this, there is a signature box that I can not delete. For instance, if I place a signature on a form then decide I want to remove it & resize the box, I can not. I can't even delete the box & start over...any ideas of how to get rid of the box after I remove the signature?
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>For instance, if I place a signature on a form then decide I want to remove it & resize the box, I can not.

Check if stamp help : http://www.productivity501.com/using-acrobat-to-sign-documents/404/
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This did not help my issue. No one else is responding.
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