How To Automatically Clear/Reset Signature logs on Signature Property After Signing a File

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Mar 07, 2020 Mar 07, 2020

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Hello, please I have this invoice I prepared with adobe acrobat form, I want to fill and sign the document pulling my signature credential from a pen drive I connected on the computer, in this way, everyone who can sign this invoice must have their signature credentials saved in their pen drive, which they can plug into the computer, select “new ID” and go their signature credential file on the pen drive, click on it and sign from there, and after signing, the credential should automatically clear from the “signature property”, such that the next person that wants to generate and sign an invoice from the same invoice template on the same computer will not be able to sign using another’s signature credential.

 

The challenge I have here is that I created two signature credentials as a test, after entering the two passwords and signing with the both signature credentials from the same computer, when next I try to sign the document I discovered that I can select a name from the previously entered two names, its password, but pick from either of the signatures from the “Appearancecreated list, and it will sign.

 

It don’t want “A” to sign with “B’s” signature, it will comprise the whole thing.

 

Each of these signatures is with the individuals imported real signature

 

Please does anyone know how I can fix this? I will appreciate the support. Thank you.

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Acrobat SDK and JavaScript, Comment review and collaborate PDF, Edit and convert PDFs, General troubleshooting, How to, Install update and subscribe to Acrobat, Print and prepress, Rich media and 3D, Security digital signatures and esignatures, Standards and accessibility

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