Attach Picture of Signature to PDF on Mac OS X

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What is the most excellent way to attach a picture of a signature to a Portable Document Format (PDF) on Mac OS X?

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Attach Picture of Signature to PDF on Mac OS X

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Please follow these instructions:

  1. Open PDF document in Adobe Acrobat.
  2. GO to Tools.
  3. Select Comment and Markup.
  4. Choose "Stamp".
  5. Click "Create Custom Stamp".
  6. Click "Browse" button and select your image.
  7. Select the format from drop down menu.
  8. Click "Select" and Click "OK".
  9. In Category field enter the name for your stamp.
  10. In Name field enter name for this stamp.
  11. Now under stamps from Tools and "Comment and Markup" menu you should able to see your newly added category.
  12. Select the stamp and you must able to see it on your PDF document.
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Attach Picture of Signature to PDF on Mac OS X

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Hello Cullen,
 
For Mac OS X users, there is another way on how to add your own signature to a PDF file. 
 
First, you can upload your own signature to your Mac using Face Time. 
 
Here's How:
 
  • Create your signature in a blank white piece of paper.
  • From your Mac, open Preview.
  • Click Preferences 
  • Then choose Signatures.
  • Click "Create Signature"
  • Preview will turn the Face Time camera ON and will ask you to hold your paper with the signature and align it along the blue line. 
  • Once you are okay with the results click Accept.
  • At this point your signature is already uploaded to your computer
  • Open a PDF file
  • Click Annotate and chose the Signature tool.
  • Click and Drag your signature and place it anywhere you like within the PDF document.
  • You may still adjust the size and move it around even you have already inserted it.

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