The Stamps submenu allows you to apply standard stamps to the currently displayed PDF document page.
You may select the stamp type by selecting the Stamp Tool option from the Comment And Markup Tools menu or selecting the Stamps Palette option from the Other Panes menu. A selection list of available stamps organized by Palette type will be opened:
•Simply click on the desired stamp type you want to use, which will set the cursor to a "stamp" cursor.
•After selecting the stamp type, position the cursor at the upper left corner of the position where you want to place the stamp, and click:
•After placing, you may click-and-drag the stamp to a better position. You may also resize the stamp by click-and-dragging any of the 4 small boxes at the corners of the stamp.
Stamps Palette opens the Stamps Palette dialog with a selection list of available stamps organized by Palette type.
•Zoom In. Enlarges the size of the thumbnail images in the Stamps area.
•Zoom Out. Reduces the size of the thumbnail images in the Stamps area.
•New from File.... Creates a stamp from a selected image file or PDF document page.
You could also scan your signature into a file to allow you to then 'Stamp' a document with your physical signature - however - should you do this - we strongly recommend you use the Flatten Comments option to ensure your signature is not easily interfered with in the final PDF once distributed.
•New from Clipboard.... Creates a stamp from an image contained in the clipboard.
•Rename. Allows you to change an existing stamp's name.
•Delete. Deletes the selected stamp from the collection.