by Wim Temmerman, Sales Director EMEA
We’ve all seen the classic “Approved” stamp on paper documents. It’s simple. It’s authoritative. It’s clear. No surprise that in the digital age, you can use the same kind of stamp on PDF documents, like the one below.
But what if you need a stamp with a little more information? What if you need to be able to put in your name, the date, and maybe even the time? That’s wherecome in.
What is a dynamic stamp?
Here’s what you do:
- Choose Comment > Stamps > Create > Create Custom Dynamic Stamp….
- Choose a stamp template from the left list or create your own stamp template from an image file. Choose a category from drop-down menu or name a new one, then name the stamp.
- Specify Font, Font Size and Font Color. Drag the Stamp Size slider to change stamp size when Font Size is set as Auto.
- From the Stamp Text option:
- Type the text that you want to show on the stamp in the Stamp Text field directly.
- You can instantly adjust the added content to fit your needs when you preview current stamp on the right top preview pane.
- Click OK.
As you can see, stamping PDF files dynamically is a very useful feature when you need to give reviewers information about the document’s status or sensitivity. So create your own anytime you need that extra level of authority added to your PDF files.