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Getting Started - Send for Signing Question

Community Beginner ,
Oct 09, 2021 Oct 09, 2021

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I'm working my way through the API Getting Started guide and have managed to successfully authenticate via the API and upload a PDF file, create an agreement and send that to a single recipient.

 

Just looking to clarify when you just upload a PDF here and specify the recipient/s what rules does Adobe Sign use here to determine where to place the signature field on the PDF on the signing page? Does it look for some blank space and just add this to the first available blank space it finds on the document?

 

In my tests with a few different PDF files it is creating a 2nd page to capture the signature for one file, but on another it simply positions the signature field on the first page of a document which has lots of blank space.

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Adobe Employee , Oct 11, 2021 Oct 11, 2021

it looks for enough space in the existing document, failing that a new blank page is added.

 

But better even is to predefine signature fields in the pdf,

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it looks for enough space in the existing document, failing that a new blank page is added.

 

But better even is to predefine signature fields in the pdf,

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