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Answered By: Michael Pujals Last Updated: Sep 03, 2021 Views: 17
Answered By: Michael Pujals
Last Updated: Sep 03, 2021 Views: 17
There are a few versions of Adobe Acrobat available on campus, for this question we'll be using Adobe Acrobat Reader DC (this is not the Pro version, it's just the reader).
- When you open up a PDF look look at the top menu and look for the Stylus Icon; when you place your cursor over the icon you'll see a message "Sign document by typing or drawing a signature".
- A dialog box will open up giving you the option to create a signature. You can type it, draw it, or add in an image of your signature.
- Once you're done you can drag and drop the signature into the appropriate place