Building e-signature solution

Community Beginner ,
Jul 03, 2022 Jul 03, 2022

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I am creating some automation for my law practice.  Specifically, the signing of documents.  I am creating the documents from MS Access.  So I fill the pdf form with data from the database, and I want to send the client the "flattened" result, with only the opportunity for signature.  Even though the form contains their information - name, etc - I do not want to give them the opportunity to change any text - just sign.

 

I am not sure how to implement.  Was thing about flattening the form after the data has been filled, but then would I have to create a new form that has only the signature blank from that flattened file?

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Adobe Community Professional , Jul 04, 2022 Jul 04, 2022
Hi, Flattening would be the easiest way to automate, although doesn't guarentee they don't change anything. I would be tempted to sign all the documents yourself and as part of that signature mark all the fields as read-only, this would mean if anything was changed, then your signature would be invalidated, althought would require you to sign each document, so that may not be practtical.

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Adobe Employee , Jul 05, 2022 Jul 05, 2022
Acrobat Pro DC includes the Acrobat Sign individual plan. You should be able to send the document for signature within the Acrobat application using the Request Signature option. There are further Acrobat Sign Team, Business, and Enterprise plans. For more information, you may refer to the following page: https://www.adobe.com/sign/pricing/plans.html. Let us know if you have any questions. Thanks, Meenakshi

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jul 04, 2022 Jul 04, 2022

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Hi,

 

Flattening would be the easiest way to automate, although doesn't guarentee they don't change anything.

 

I would be tempted to sign all the documents yourself and as part of that signature mark all the fields as read-only, this would mean if anything was changed, then your signature would be invalidated, althought would require you to sign each document, so that may not be practtical.

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Adobe Employee ,
Jul 04, 2022 Jul 04, 2022

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Hi Stanleydenman,

 

Thank you for reaching out.

 

Could you please confirm how you will be sending the document for signature?

Did you send it using the Acrobat Sign feature?

Using Acrobat Sign, you can assign the fields to the signer. They will be able to fill only assigned fields. For more information on workflow, please refer to the following help document: https://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/using/send-for-signature.html.

 

 

Thanks,

Meenakshi

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Community Beginner ,
Jul 04, 2022 Jul 04, 2022

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Oh, I see.  I have Adobe Acrobat DC Pro now but it looks like there is a more advance version, a "business" version, of Adobe Sign, that is extra?  Do I need that?

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Acrobat Pro DC includes the Acrobat Sign individual plan. You should be able to send the document for signature within the Acrobat application using the Request Signature option.

There are further Acrobat Sign Team, Business, and Enterprise plans. For more information, you may refer to the following page: https://www.adobe.com/sign/pricing/plans.html.

 

Let us know if you have any questions.

 

Thanks,

Meenakshi

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