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The document has to be enabled using Acrobat Pro in order for those tools to be available in Reader.
>How do I create a custom stamp from the scan of my handwritten signature?
Not sure what graffiti is trying to say here. More than that not sure if he/she is from Adobe or not either.
I do know that I have run into this odd limitation of the use of tools myself I really don't think that even Adobe is so stupid as to keep people from marking their own documents. I think there must be somthing that needs to be changed in some kind of settings but i can't figure it out either.
> I think there must be somthing that needs to be changed in some kind of settings but i can't figure it out either.
Enable this feature with Adobe Acrobat Professional.
>Not sure what graffiti is trying to say here.
I thought I was quite clear.
>More than that not sure if he/she is from Adobe or not either.
Nope. Just a user like everyone else in here.
I do have Adobe Acrobat 5. How do I make the change to the file in Acrobat 5 so that I can use the stamp feature in Adobe Reader 8?
Step-by-step instructions would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance,
Not possible with Adobe Acrobat 5. Upgrade to Acrobat 8 Professional.
Ok then, how is it done (document rights enabled for stamping) in Acrobat 8?
Advanced > Enable Usage Rights in Adobe Reader ...
This option was never included in Acrobat 5??
> This option was never included in Acrobat 5??
Yes, it is a new feature in version 8.
We want to deploy Adobe Reader version 8 with a customized toolbar and also hide the navigation pane on the left side. Is there a way to push out a reg hack to do this for all users with the deployment to our workstations? Our Sys Admin looked into the Adobe Wizard and said there is no way to roll out the customized toolbar. Any ideas?
We want to roll out Adobe Reader v8 to all our users with a customized toolbar and hide the navigation pane to the left. Our Sys Admin looked into the Adobe Wizard tool and says she cannot locate any way we cano do this with that tool. She also contacted Adobe support to find out how this could be done and based on their recommendation, it would likely create a minor security breach as all users would need to have write access to the registry to make it work.
Is there a workaround to this; perhaps rolling out a reg entry with the deployment to make a standard toolbar and view? I would think others would be interested in doing this and you could configure something using the wizard?? Any comments?