I am quite surprised that I sometimes notice some pictures are signed with an image as a signature to keep the copyright for the publisher. So I would like to ask this question here:
Can I create an image in Adobe Acrobat 8 Professionalas as a signature for me in order that any documents are signed with it?
If you have a look at these picture, you will be seeing that there are some signatures at them. How were they created?
I would highly appreciate your help.
I am not good at signatures, but will refer you to the manual that has a lot of information about digital signature. You can set the visual appearance of the signature as well as use it for certification. There are methods of validating a signature through a digital registration. I have one distributed by the university and it is validated by the university, not me. I am reaching my limits of understanding of the process, but wanted to guide you to the manual (HELP>Acrobat help (maybe with a F1 key indicated)). If you have used digital signatures at all, the manual information may be all that you need.
Thank you so much for your hint.
However, I would like to ask you that I have created a self-signed digital ID in Acrobat. So I have two questions now.
First: when I have created it I didn't come across to set the appearance of my signature, As a result, if I want to add a pereance to it how I do that.
Second: can I creat more than a self-signed digital ID in Acrobat each of them has its own apperance?