Have you clicked on the "Tools" button on the top of the screen? "Send for Signature" should show up there. Then you can add a shortcut to it to the Tools right-hand pane. You can also Search Tools for "Send for Signature"
This has been fixed.
Kelly Guncheon, CFP®, ChFC®, CRPS
Certified Financial Planner™
14451 Highway 7, Suite 212
Minnetonka, MN 55345
Kelly - How did they fix this for you? I don't have the send for signature tool either and it's not listed under "tools".
Please let us know I have the same issue.
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after a very long chat with Adobe Support and trying all their suggested solutions, which none of them worked.. I found the answer to this problem.. big thanks to alisterblack in his reply to Re: Acrobat Pro DC - subscription is missing tools
Acrobat just disabled all three tools related to signature unless your Application Language is (English only). mine was English with Arabic support, and did not work until I changed it back to English.
I really do not understand why this is not documented properly by Adobe. And why you need to withdraw your language requirements in order to sign a document??
Hello! I have the same issue that the "send for signature" tool does not appear in the drop down menu or along the side quick links bar. I have purchased and installed the full version of Acrobat Pro DC. I have also checked and the application language is set to English.
Hello , we are having a similar issue. We just got Adobe Acrobat DC with TPL license. and the send for signature its not in the toolbox.
cant seam to get the appropriate support from adobe.
Does your license include online services or only local software?
I have the same problem described here. Arguably, I did own a license for Acrobat DC (desktop)... but at the advice of my Adobe partner/rep, I purchased a perpetual Acrobat Pro DC license which caused a DVD media to be shipped to me along with a serial number.
Upon uninstalling my original Acrobat, rebooting, and installing the new one... applying the S/N,... I now have NO "Send for Signature" feature at all. I know how the tools work, and it is nowhere to be found.
Surely that's a web service, and hence only for subscription? Of course Acrobat can sign without sending for signing...