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Custom stamps in Acrobat

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By default, Adobe Acrobat allows users to place various standard stamps on your documents such as ‘Approved’, ‘Declined’ or ‘Accepted’. That said, you can also create your own custom stamps. Using this option, you can take a logo or other image from another application and turn it into a custom stamp. Once created, you can apply it to any PDF document in Acrobat.

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Custom stamps in Acrobat

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By default, Adobe Acrobat allows users to place various standard stamps on your documents such as ‘Approved’, ‘Declined’ or ‘Accepted’. That said, you can also create your own custom stamps. Using this option, you can take a logo or other image from another application and turn it into a custom stamp. Once created, you can apply it to any PDF document in Acrobat.

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Ubiquitous PDF: Pimp my (Lonely Planet) guide!

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Lonely Planet will soon be launching a customized guidebook creation service allowing users to purchase and compile their favorite Lonely Planet tips in PDF format.

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Appligent updates server-based tool for signing PDFs

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Appligent has announced the introduction of SecurSign 3.0, a server-based application for signing PDF documents that now supports placing signature fields directly into documents.

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Removing filename bookmarks created by Acrobat

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Acrobat 6 added the ability to create composite PDF documents from multiple files — including PDFs. This function is very useful, but it breaks up the bookmark tree of the final document, which can be a highly manual task to correct. This tip from Sean Stewart explains how to remove the unnecessary bookmarks for a seamless viewing experience.

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Dan-Ari Feinberg joins ARTS PDF Solutions

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Dan-Ari Feinberg, a well-known PDF luminary with over 14 years of experience in publishing software, has joined ARTS PDF Solutions (APS), the leading global provider of Acrobat and PDF custom software solutions and professional services.

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Adding Page Labels

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A nice feature in Acrobat is the ability to ‘name’ or label pages with meaningful descriptions rather than just page numbers. In this Acrobat Tip, Dave Wraight explains how.

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