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How can I add multiple stamps in Acrobat?

New Here ,
Oct 07, 2020 Oct 07, 2020

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I have a batch of stamps I use for marking up documents in Acrobat, and see I can only do one at a time. I'm running the latest release of Acrobat on my Mac (Cataline).

 

How can I add more than one to the Stamps palette? Is this possible?

I'm more than comfortable running a Terminal command or dredging through the Contents folder.

 

Thanks!

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Oct 07, 2020 Oct 07, 2020

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Hi Sean,

 

Can you please elaborate on the "one at a time" phrase you have?

 

I think you're speaking of adding new stamps into Acrobat one at a time as opposed to selecting more than one and importing them all in.

 

If that's it than yes, you are limited to one at a time. You have an excellent point. I suggest you take that to:

https://www.adobe.com/products/wishform.html

 

Meanwhile, if you're not sure how to add new stamps here's the Stamps 101 class:

Go to the stamp icon in the Comment tab:

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And select "Create." That brings you to this window:

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And from there select the "Browse" option on the top to select your pre-made stamps. But like I said, you can only do that one at a time. 

 

There might be a terminal option to get you there but that's beyond my pay grade, I've never been a coder but there are some coders who troll these forums and if it's possible, they would know it.

 

Good luck!

 

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New Here ,
Oct 07, 2020 Oct 07, 2020

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Hi Gary,

 

Your first bullet point addresses my goal. Please pardon me if my phrasing imprecision.

Thanks for posting the wish form link. Hopefully, this can be added.

 

I'll post if I find a Terminal command workaround (if one exists).

 

Cheers!

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Oct 08, 2020 Oct 08, 2020

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This can be done using a script. If the location of the stamps is always the same then it can do it all with a single click.

If it's not you would need to apply the first one, select it, then run the script and it would add all the rest underneath it automatically.

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