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add a signature (my name) to a pd document

Posted on 2011-09-23
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of maybe add an image that is my signature
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Joe Winograd, EE MVE earned 250 total points
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http://www.tracker-software.com/product/pdf-xchange-viewer

This FREE software allows you to apply custom stamps to PDF files, including any image file, such as a bitmap of your signature. Regards, Joe
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Hi,

You can create a signature by going to your Adobe Acrobat and selecting "Advanced".  If you haven't created a signature, it will have you create a new 'id' to make into a signature.

I'm currently just using a regular font as my signature but you can sign something, scan on it on your computer and attach the signature picture your adobe signature for use.

I've attached a few screen-shots for you so you can see how to create and edit the appearance of a signature: new sig idstep2.JPG
step3.JPG
appearance.JPG
change-appearance.JPG
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by:dani gammon
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I'm sorry-I'm not sure why the images came out the way they did-If you can't tell what they are-I'll resubmit them.
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