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I know how to create a Certificate-Based Signature, but Adobe Acrobat Pro DC seems to be extremely non-intuitive when it comes to creating a field for others to digitally sign using a certificate-based signature. I am the creator of the form and want people that open the form to simply click and have the signature populate.
Example shown below:
Use Tools > Prepare Form and create the signature field.
Signature field created:
Previewing signature field:
Signature field is not certificate-based and requires typing text, it's simply a form box that allows text at this point. Help is appreciated to allow other users to click to populate a trusted certificate-based eSign complete with the red ribbon signifying so. Am I doing something wrong?
What tool does you use?
It's the 2019 version.
This is a Adobe Sign form, not a Acrobat form.
When you're in form editing mode, you can click the "More" dropdown in the right-hand pane and select "Revert to Acrobat Form", and then add a digital signature field.
Wow, I don't know how long I've been messing around with this, thank you George.