I received a lot of positive correspondence after I created and posted a set of Dynamic Exhibit Stamps in my blog article Add Dynamic Exhibit Stamps in Acrobat using a free stamp set.
If you followed the instructions in the article, a new, dynamic stamp was installed in the Comment and Markup toolbar.
When you use the stamp, Acrobat . . .
- Asks you for the case number:
- Stamps it on the document
A number of lawyers pointed out that they need to stamp more than just the exhibit number.
David Masters, author of the book “The Lawyers Guide to Adobe Acrobat“, emailed me this:
In Colorado, our courts expect exhibit stickers to indicate Plaintiff’s or Defendant’s and have the case number on them.
The job then was to create a dynamic stamp which asked for two lines of input. More importantly, the stamp should be able to be customized.
Mission accomplished and delivered in this blog article!
Once applied, a stamp looks like this:
Read on for:
- How to use the stamp
- Instructions on how to customize the stamps