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By Jess Stratton |

Sign a PDF in Acrobat: Monday Productivity Pointers

Today marks a new direction for Monday Productivity Pointers. Instead of two videos each week (one free and one exclusively for members), we’ll be releasing just one video per week going forward. It will be free to everyone for a week at lynda.com; after that it will be available for members only.

I picked a great topic to kick off our new one-video format: how to sign a PDF with a classic “ink” signature. One of the biggest slowdowns when using PDF docs is having to print and sign a document, then scan and send it back. Adobe recently added a great feature to Acrobat that lets you draw a signature with your mouse, removing the need to print out a form—and I’ll show you how to do that in this week’s video!

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