How to capture a screenshot, insert company stamp, signature, and to edit PDF with Adobe Acrobat reader.
As we start to work from home often, we are unable to seek approval from the boss to sign off on certain documents and to rubber stamp on the document just like before in the office.
1. Take a screenshot and save the company rubber stamp and signature in digital format.
First, download the Greenshot software; Greenshot is a remarkable app that can capture a screenshot of your computer. The Window Version is free to use under the GNU license, and the Mac version costs merely $2 only.
Next, let find a current document, i.e., invoice or quotation with company rubber stamp and signature on it.
Start the Greenshot app, and the app will display on my taskbar.
To take a screenshot of the company rubber stamp from the document, right-click on the Greenshot icon on the taskbar, select the region on the document to be captured.
Export and save the screenshot of the company rubber stamp and signature as an image file using your preferred photo editor.
To take a screenshot with Greenshot, right-click on the screenshot icon on the taskbar to start capturing the screenshot.
2. To insert the signature and rubber stamp into the PDF document
Open the pdf document, click on the “Sign” icon
Click Add Signature
You have an option to Draw the signature or insert an image of your signature.
Click on Add Initials and insert the company stamp
Using the Sign feature, I am also able to type on the PDF document.
Thank you and happy working from home with Greenshot to capture screenshot and to edit PDF document with Adobe Reader (Free Version).
In my opinion, the approval of the document with rubber stamp and signature does not make sense to me anymore. Anyone can create a fake digital signature, rubber stamp, and company letterhead. The mock document can be submitted to the vendor, customer, bank, ministry, and government agency for application and processing of business-related activities.
Please be careful and always find alternative means to communicate with the requester for further verification and to check the authenticity of the document.