As I receive a request from a sender to sign on a PDF, can I sign on the intended field using digital signature instead of an Italic font of my name?
I want my signature to look like this:
Instead of this:
Yes, you can create your own appearance at Preferences > Signatures.
Hi Bernd, Thanks.
I've understood that this works under Acrobat's Certificates function. However now I'm exploring the options of having the same digital signature under "Fill & Sign" option.
My case is I have received a form through email from a co-worker that requests for my digital signature and as I clicked on the area box to sign, italic fonts of my name came up instead of a proper digital signature. I would like to change this.
I explored Preference > Signatures > Creation & Appearence however could not find relevant settings to change it. Would you mind to point me in the correct direction please?
I mean "Request Signature" option, not "Fill & Sign". My mistake.
Mouse click on "New..." and you can create a appearance.
Tried and created new Appearances:
However still no digital signature, as seen in below screenshot. The allowed signature is still Italic Font:
I might not have done it correctly?
Don't use Fill & Sign.
Use Tools > Certificates
Except, I'm trying to utilise "Request Signature" function where its overall process is must faster than Tools>Certificates function.
Only thing is the recipient cannot sign the document using the signature like from Certificates function so I'm trying to see if it's possible to do so.
You want use Adobe Sign?
Hi Bernd, yes. I want to use Adobe Sign.
Post the question in the forum for Adobe Sign.
Hi Bernd, thanks will do. Apologies for the delayed reply.