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"Sign" multiple pdf documents on Acrobat DC Reader

New Here ,
Oct 06, 2016 Oct 06, 2016

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Dear all,

I am using Acrobat DC reader to do "sign" in a pdf. When i open a pdf, i need to firstly press "Fill & Sign" to turn on the "Fill & Sign" mode, then then do "Sign" on one pdf files each time.

May I ask if there is a faster way sign multiple pdf documents? I need to do "sign" about 50 times a day and when I open the file, click "Fill & Sign" mode and then pick a signature to sign on each document, it's really consume me a lot of time and make me tired.

May i ask is there any faster way to do this? thank you very much if you would provide any solution on this~! thanks~!

LoMing

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Community Expert , Oct 06, 2016 Oct 06, 2016

Not with Reader, no. With Adobe Acrobat Pro you can use an Action to process multiple files in a single process.

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Not with Reader, no. With Adobe Acrobat Pro you can use an Action to process multiple files in a single process.

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Hi try67,

So do you mean that Adobe Acrobat reader cannot do so but Adobe Acrobat Pro can do so?

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Correct.

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Hi try67,

May I know how to do this on Acrobat Pro? is there any related post/document to show how to do it? thank you for your reply.

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Hi, maybe this can help you or guide you: Adobe Acrobat DC Action Wizard

Marlon Ceballos.

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May 28, 2021 May 28, 2021

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HI MARLITON,

 

I TRIED THE ACTION WIZARD BUT IT DOESNT WORK.  ANY OTHER OPTION LIKE JAVASCRIPT.

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You can't use Fill & Sign with a script.

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