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I want to have a dynamic stamp on the Quick Tools toolbar. When I right click and select "Stamps" the only options in the Bates numbering tool. Is there a way to have a dynamic stamp on the toolbar so it is only one click away?
No, you can only add the Stamp tool itself to the toolbar, not a specific
how do i do this in adobe acrobat pro dc
i right click
click customise quick tools
the option i have to choose is bates numbering
click add tool
cant seem to do just stamp or any of my custom stamps
any advice at this stage would be gratefully appreciated
Use Tools > Customize > Create Custom Tool
Thanks very much Try67 for the answer and the quick response!
Come on Adobe please make our lives easier this is silly. I am an accountant and I have to stamp reviewed on each and every invoice for our Accounts Payable department to pay. I should be able to dock every darn stamp if I want. In Microsoft Excel I can why not Adobe Pro DC. Silly horrible computing
It's possible to use a script to add a specific stamp at a specific location on the current page. You would then be able to add the button that runs this script to the menu-bar. However, you will need to first click the button (which will place the stamp on the page) and then move and resize the stamp manually to the desired location.
Those of us answering questions on the forums are users like you who volunteer our time—we have no control over what features are added to Adobe applications—any more than you do.
You can file a feature request here, though, if you like: Acrobat for Windows and Mac: Top (1301 ideas) – Share your feedback on Acrobat DC.
I know just frustrated did not mean to offend anyone. Seems like with so many cloud services now days the common sense tools are always missing. I am currently stamping 346 documents and spent an hour trying to figure out the custom stamp and then now have to dig to use it. Thanks for your help BarbBinder and all the users.
No offense taken, Nick. And I hear you. I can tell you that the engineers monitor the feature requests—I see the requested features added to my various applications after enough people ask for them.
Idk if you're still thinking about this but you can now save your selected stamp to favorites and then open "stamps pallete" to have a little window with your favorite stamps open on standby for all of your documents.
Step 1 - Create a Watermark out of the Stamp you use
Step 2 - Tools, Action Wizard, Custom Command
Step 3 - Choose Add Watermark, Set Options as Desired
Step 4 - Customize Quick Tools
Step 5 - Add new Custom Command to Quick Tools
Step 6 - "Stamp" Away 😃
If you tend to use one stamp regularly, this may help. Turn on "single-key accelarators to access tools" function (go to edit, preferences, general - it's the first option) and then every time you press the letter "k", the stamp you last used will appear.
Thank you, Peggy! That is a lifesaver. 🙂
The Stamp quick tool is under Comment for some ungodly reason instead of, you know, Stamp.
View > Show/Hide > Toolbar Items > Customize Quick Toolbar > COMMENT > Stamps
Dude you are the man for finding that. Saved me hours of exploring the new software haha.
THANK YOU!!! Why on earth would Adobe hide this so well?
Click and drag wouldn't work.
Seems to only work in Acrobat Pro DC - any ideas for Acrobat DC Reader to Customise Toolbars?
Of course! It's so obvious. Where else would it be?? Thanks so much. I have no need of comments feature so I'd never have found it.
Thanks you! I have been racking my brain for 1 hour to add it to my quick toolbar 😞
I know your original question is quite old, but I was having the same issue (I'm a court reporter and have to stamp a lot of exhibits).
It's not a perfect solution, but if you open the stams via the Tools page and then select the Stamp Palette, it will remain open and you can use that to select your stamp instead of the five or so clicks it takes to find it under the comment menu.
This works for quick access to a specific stamp. Thanks!