Import Dynamic Stamps from Adobe Acrobat Pro 2017 to DC

Community Beginner ,
Apr 07, 2021 Apr 07, 2021

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We were forced to uninstall Acrobat Pro 2017 and install Acrobat DC. (Not Reader) 

 

I have custom Dynamic Stamps with javascript I would like to import from Pro 2017 to DC. ( I will also have to help my co-workers do this)

 

Thankfully I didnt lose my stamp file and is still archived in the folder below:

C:\Users\JohnDoe\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Acrobat\2017\Stamps

 

I took the stamp file "T2vJRMdRPeUZN_Pg9zlwhA.pdf" and dropped it in the DC folder below:

C:\Users\JohnDoe\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Acrobat\DC\Stamps

 

DC did not like this. I noticed there was another file named "KwIaPCzyq4TVgoR6YqrjnD.pdf" which I assume is the new base file for dynamic stamps. 

 

Is there a simple way to import the dynamic stamps? Also is there a way that I can make these stamps shareable with others without having to re-program the addresses for each individual user? 

 

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How to, Install update and subscribe to Acrobat, JavaScript, PDF forms, Security digital signatures and esignatures

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Community Beginner , Apr 07, 2021 Apr 07, 2021
Ok I solved it myself.  All I had to do was after dropping the dynamic stamp file "T2vJRMdRPeUZN_Pg9zlwhA.pdf" into the new DC Stamps folder was to just restart the Adobe Acobat DC program. All my dynamic stamps work.   

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Does you use different files for the stamps?

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All my stamps were within the file T2vJRMdRPeUZN_Pg9zlwhA.pdf

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What is the issue with this file?

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my stamps wont load. 

 

When I click on stamp tool and then try to click on the sub folder  i get the message "bad parameter" pop up and then "an internal error occured" 

 

 

 

 

 

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I have never seen this.

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Ok I solved it myself. 

 

All I had to do was after dropping the dynamic stamp file "T2vJRMdRPeUZN_Pg9zlwhA.pdf" into the new DC Stamps folder was to just restart the Adobe Acobat DC program. All my dynamic stamps work. 

 

 

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