Hello, I have created a form in adobe acrobat professional, and need the manager to place their jpg signature on the form (in adobe reader) before sending it on.
I have gone through all the preferences in adobe reader but I cannot see why all my options are greyed out except for "Use a certificate" (see screenshot below:)
All I want to do is place a jpg signature on the PDF form. This used to be super easy in previous versions. I dont understand why I cant do it anymore? How do I make the "certificates and digital ID" options go away. I dont need anything anywhere near that complicated as this form is only for in-house!
I really need the "use an image" option.
PDF that you have may contains digital signatures, possibly invisible. If it is Reader-enabled (or certified) then it contains an invisible digital signature. In this case you cannot apply other signatures (e-signatures) as they would break the digital signature.
Ok thanks for the explanation. It was driving me nuts. I will use "Stamps" instead