Did you create the form entirely in Acrobat or did you use the FormsCentral and save as PDF? When you show the Signatures panel in Acrobat, what does it show?
The form was created in Acrobat XI Pro, including highlighting the fields to fill out.
When I open it in Acrobat, above the signature line is a little red arrow. If I hover over that arrow, mouse-over text comes up saying: "Signature (Click to sign)".
Then, again, when I try to remove that signature line or edit anything else, a box comes up saying: "This document has been signed and can not be edited."
Very frustrating. I'll be glad to email you the form to look over, if you like.
Thanks for any help you can provide.
I would be interested in seeing a file. You can send it to me at: acroscript at gmail dot com
Were you able to resolve this error of "this document has been signed and can not be edited"? I just had a similar thing happen where I took a document I created in MS Word, then saved as Adobe PDF, then turned into a form before importing to Adobe FormsCentral.
A co-worker of mine and I did not know that loading this docuemnt would lock it up or prevent future editing. At this point we would just like to take the form out of Forms Central and avoid re-creating if possible.
Thank you- lslocum
If you enabled the document for use with FormsCentral, you can create a version that can be edited in Acrobat by opening the form in Acrobat and selecting: File > Save A Copy
You then have to open the copy since it is not automatically opened.
Thank you so much - This fixed the issue!!!!