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Custom Stamp Browse only has .pdf option

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Jan 20, 2023 Jan 20, 2023

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I'm trying to select a custom stamp. I select the Create and get the "Select Image for Custom Stamp" window. I then select the "Browse..." button. The "Open" window shows the standard MS Win open, but the dropdown only shows the defaut "Acrobat PDF Files (*.pdf)".  Other file types are not available.

 

My goal is to creat a transparent signature stamp. I have a transparent .png file, but since I can't select other file types I can't use it.

 

If there no solution to the dropdown file options, is there a way to have a transparent .pdf signature? Seems like a few years ago you could.

 

TIA

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What happens when you convert your transparent png to pdf? Can use the transparent PDF to make the stamp?

 

Jane

 

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It's no longer transparent.

I have, however, possibly found a workaround (at least it seemed to work the first time I tried it). I used the Fill & Sign, which did give me the options of png, jpeg, etc. I'm going to keep trying this to see if it works.

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@Larry28033111cpjb 

 

I've only done this from Illustrator to PDF, then to a stamp, and the transparency held. I'm not in my office now, but can test when I return.

 

Or maybe another volunteer will chime in.

 

Jane

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Does you use Adobe Acrobat or Acrobat Reader?

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