How to save multiple signatures in Acrobat DC?

New Here ,
Aug 13, 2015 Aug 13, 2015

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Is there a way to save more than one signature and initials under the fill and sign tools?

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New Here , Mar 10, 2017 Mar 10, 2017
I have this same issue at work.  I sign documents at work and I sign documents for my boss at work.  My work around is this:Save one signature as a signature and the other as "initials".  There are two options on the sign button, one for signature and one for initials.  So I can sign for my boss and myself with that.  Hope it helps someone.

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Community Beginner , May 18, 2020 May 18, 2020
Honestly in my situation niether work-around is good.  Doing the first one involves sending the form to each doctor for signature, which would require them to 1) See the notification, 2) know how to use Adobe Pro and 3) actually do it.  If you have ever worked with or around surgeons, you know that when there is something they want done, they direct that it get done and then leave for either the clinic or the OR.  They will use the computer for the EMR and for email, but they really do not feel ...

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Community Beginner ,
Feb 11, 2022 Feb 11, 2022

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OK so in 2020 Adobe changed the Acrobat DC icon in the Taskbar from red to black (making it hard to see) and then in 2021 back to red.

So that "to do item" was above restoring multiple sugnatures???

 

Acrobat DC red Taskbar icon turns black 

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New Here ,
Feb 14, 2022 Feb 14, 2022

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This worked great for me.  I don't need digital signatures, just plain signatures.  This website worked for me, hope it works for you as well.  You can have as many signatures that you want and you can make the background transparent for signing "on the line"

https://www.pdfautomationstation.com/public/The-Easiest-Way-To-Make-A-Transparent-Signature-Stamp.cf...

 

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New Here ,
Mar 19, 2022 Mar 19, 2022

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Scan your signature, take a screenshot so that now the singature is in the clipboard. Select 'Stamp' from Tools menu.

 

You will have three options: Stamp, Stamp Palette and Custom Stamps. Select Stamps and you will get the drop down menu with the last option: .Paste clipboard image as stamp tool'.

Mouse cursor will change to stamp icon. Place the signature at the required place and resize.

 

Hope that helps.

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Mar 20, 2022 Mar 20, 2022

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This combined with what is marked as the answer gives a lot of options. Nice solution. 
Thank you!

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Community Beginner ,
Mar 21, 2022 Mar 21, 2022

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Unfortunately the Stamp Tool is not a secure signature.  It can be manipulted after the document is saved.

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Apr 05, 2022 Apr 05, 2022

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You need to use Certificates in order to have multiple secure signors.  Here are the instrux. Colleen P. Trusler

OPEN ADOBE AND CHOOSE EDIT/PREFERENCES

Step One: Choose Signatures from the list of Categories

1.    Choose Identities & Trusted Certificates. Click More

2.    Choose Add ID

3.    Choose A new digital ID I want to create now, click Next.

4.    Choose New PKCS#12 digital ID File, click Next

5.    Add your information, including email and click Next.

6.    Set a password, write it down because you will need it each time you use the certificate.

7.    Click Finish.

Step Two: Apply your Digital Signature (Secure Certificate )

1.    Open the Document and Navigate to the Signature area

2.    Select the tool for Certificates: 

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3.    Select Digitally Sign from toolbar.

4.    When prompted to draw the signature area, click OK

5.    Draw the area larger than needed.

6.    A pop up with your multiple signatures (certificates) will appear.

7.    Choose your signatory and click Continue.

8.    Tick the Box for Lock document after signing if this is the last person signing the document.

9.    Enter your password for this certificate in the red box. 

10.  Click Sign.

11.  Save the document with a name indicating that the document has been signed. 
(e.g., Agreement 3.22.22 Executed)

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