Is it possible for me to code the signature field on my form to not prompt the user to save when signing?
After I distribute my form, each user must sign it with digital ID and then they click a button on the form that attaches the signed form to an email in Outlook. I have many of the users requesting that they not have to save it when signing it.
When applying a digital signature to a PDF, it has to be re-saved. There is no way to avoid this when an end user manually signs the document.
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Ok, this answered a question that I had, I understand it, even though it will complicate things for me. If there is no way around saving the file after signing, is there a way to automate the location of the saved file? I have a bit of a phobia of 600 people saving these temporarily signed pdfs all over their HDDs just so they can send them back, and then someone else being able to see the completed form who shouldn't. I would love to completely automate the process of saving the file after signing.