You often have to make edits and additions after the form wizard has done its thing. You can go into form editing mode and add another signature field if you want. But if both of the signature lines are intended to be signed by the same person, there's no need to have two digital signature fields since a single one applies to the entire document.
Thank you George
I can't figure out how to add the extra signature field. Everything is grayed out.
What does it show when you select: File > Properties > Security
A screen shot would be best, but if you can't do that, list all of the security restrictions, if any, including anything that appears below "Creation of Template Pages"
I think I did it.
But, then when I want to take this form, with fields, and make it into a doc that the client can send out and their customers can type into and save the info and mail back to them, what file type do I save it as?
This is my first form. Thank you
After you've added the form fields, including the signature fields and have the form working like it should, it needs to be Reader-enabled in Acrobat. How this is done depends on which version of Acrobat you're using. This thread has more information: http://forums.adobe.com/message/4896660
This enabling really should be done by your client with their licensed version of Acrobat Pro, not yours. It's an Acrobat licensing issue, actually several issues.
In any case, the resulting file is a PDF, the same as what you're working with now.
Another thing to consider is that if the form is intended to be used by the general public, most won't have any experience with using digital signatures. An alternative is to use Adobe's new EchoSign service, which does not use digital signature fields but instead uses an electronic signature (e-sig) process which does not rely on the form being Reader-enabled, so there are no Acrobat licensing issues. But there is a fee associated with the EchoSign service. Digital/Electronic signatures are not free.
Then there are legal issues that need to be considered. EchoSign may have an advantage here, at least over the use of self-signed certificates as are most commonly used with digital signature fields. Even if I knew more details about the form and intended workflow, I can't provide you any specific advice about this.
Thank you so much George!