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Acrobat Pro 17 Digital Signatures for multiple individuals

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Jan 22, 2018

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I have been upgrading a number of users from Acrobat Pro 11 to Acrobat Pro 17 (University license). Many of these users had set up signatures to use on their pdfs.  Here's the problem (which I wish I knew before the upgrade): I've been installing Acrobat 17 for under our deployment Admin ID account.  That's the email address we've registered the computers under this license (we're charged by the number Full Time Equivalent Faculty/Staff - no piracy here).  The problem is, their signatures are not available in 17.  Getting one user setup with their digital signature meant THAT particular signature appeared when another user (a higher-ranking one) attempted to use their own digital signature.

My question, for these (and other) users who might want to use their own digital signatures, is there a way for them to be available locally or must they now create their own personal Adobe ID and create their own individual signatures in the cloud (something i doubt I will ever forgive Apple for)?

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Acrobat Pro 17 Digital Signatures for multiple individuals

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I have been upgrading a number of users from Acrobat Pro 11 to Acrobat Pro 17 (University license). Many of these users had set up signatures to use on their pdfs.  Here's the problem (which I wish I knew before the upgrade): I've been installing Acrobat 17 for under our deployment Admin ID account.  That's the email address we've registered the computers under this license (we're charged by the number Full Time Equivalent Faculty/Staff - no piracy here).  The problem is, their signatures are not available in 17.  Getting one user setup with their digital signature meant THAT particular signature appeared when another user (a higher-ranking one) attempted to use their own digital signature.

My question, for these (and other) users who might want to use their own digital signatures, is there a way for them to be available locally or must they now create their own personal Adobe ID and create their own individual signatures in the cloud (something i doubt I will ever forgive Apple for)?

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