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Ancient Question trumped by passage of time... Acrobat Reader XI allows for signing documents by several methods including a scanned image. You can then send the signed document by Email, Fax, have other sign or simply save a copy. The file now has the signature included within it. You don't even need Acrobat itself, download PDFCreator from ...


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You don't need to buy the full Adobe Acrobat software to digitally sign a PDF file, but you will need to use a tool like Quick PDF Tools, Nitro PDF, etc. If you just need to sign a PDF file as a one off, then these products offer fully functional 14 day trial versions, which would let you sign the file. Alternatively, you could programmatically digitally ...


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Assuming that the PDF doesn't have security preventing you from doing so, you may open the PDF with LibreOffice Writer (https://www.libreoffice.org/), and then paste your signature image onto it. It can then be exported as a PDF with the signature attached. I wrote a blog post detailing the full process in Ubuntu over at http://colans.net/blog/signing-...


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In Adobe Reader Pro XI (note there is a time-limited fully-functional free trial), open the PDF, go to File → Save As Other... → Reader Extended PDF → Enable More Tools (includes form fill-in & save)... And then you get a PDF file that looks just the same, but will have all those other options no longer greyed-out when opened in the free ...


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In our adobe we create stamps by scanning our signature. You can use the stamp to 'sign' the document. You can create any custom stamp you want.



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