How to Sign a PDF with a Document Signing Certificate – Digitalmunition




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Published on June 1st, 2020 📆 | 2305 Views ⚑

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How to Sign a PDF with a Document Signing Certificate

This video will guide you through the process of signing a PDF document in Adobe Acrobat or Reader with a Document Signing certificate. This video relates to the technote found on:

Contents of the video:

0:14 – Introduction

0:20 – Updating Adobe Approved Trust List

1:10 – Signing a PDF document

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12 Responses to How to Sign a PDF with a Document Signing Certificate

  1. Aside from Adobe Acrobat, there are also other PDF tools that you can use such as PDFescape, PDF2go, and LightPDF.com.

  2. Great video–clear 3 minute explanation of a new feature in Reader. I need to digitally sign lots of .pdf docs–now I can do it with Acrobat Reader. Thanks very much!!

  3. Good tutorial, but for people with no experience it can be a bit difficult. If you have your certificate in p12 or pfx you can use https://getoutpdf.com/sign-pdf-with-certificate-x509 and sign a pdf in few clicks.

  4. Hi,
    Thank you for your video.
    I want to know if is it possible to sign a PDF document using my USB device automatically, writing a code with javascript ?
    Thank you in advance for help.

  5. my dialog box is not showing Show certificate tab.

  6. Thank you, this video helped me a lot… Subscribed

  7. thpod2002 says:

    Can someone please help me? I have set up my digital ID and certificate, but when I drag my mouse to create a signature box and digitally sign, the whole screen becomes dark and signature won't appear.

  8. Awesome… saved my bacon today with this!

  9. Cody Shi says:

    Well how do you find Edit on an adobe on an iPad or iPhone?

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