2 Replies Latest reply on Jan 6, 2012 2:53 AM by WillTaff

    Sign Document and Place Signature

    WillTaff Level 1

      Hello World,

       

      Maybe, my question was already asked, i have not find any topic regarding this.

       

      In Acrobat X Standard Edition, release 10.1.1, in the Tools Menu, then Sign and Certify, there are 2 options "Sign Document" and "Place Signature"

      When i use the both options, the same window appears "Sign Document"

      I don't see the difference between these 2 options.

       

      Could you please help me to switch on something in my brain ?

       

      Kindly Regards,

       

      Will

        • 1. Re: Sign Document and Place Signature
          George_Johnson MVP & Adobe Community Professional

          You would see a difference if the document has existing digital signature fields. If there is only one unsigned signature field, it won't prompt you to add a new one and go straight to the Sign Document dialog. If there are more than one unsigned signature fields, it will ask you which one you want to sign. When you select "Place Signature", it will prompt you to place a new signature field, ignoring any existing fields.

           

          If there are no existing signature fields, the two options will behave the same.

          • 2. Re: Sign Document and Place Signature
            WillTaff Level 1

            dear Sir,

             

            Thanks you for your support.

            Your mail is very helpful.

             

             

             

             

            From:   George Johnson <forums@adobe.com>

            To:     WillTaff <wtaffet@technip.com>,

            Date:   05/01/2012 17:16

            Subject:        Sign Document and Place

            Signature

             

             

             

            Re: Sign Document and Place Signature

            created by George Johnson in Security & Digital Signatures - View the full

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            You would see a difference if the document has existing digital signature

            fields. If there is only one unsigned signature field, it won't prompt you

            to add a new one and go straight to the Sign Document dialog. If there are

            more than one unsigned signature fields, it will ask you which one you

            want to sign. When you select "Place Signature", it will prompt you to

            place a new signature field, ignoring any existing fields.

             

            If there are no existing signature fields, the two options will behave the

            same.

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