creating certificate-based digital signature field
In Acrobat IX I could create a digital signature field where the user, when getting the form and entering their pertinent information, could simply click on the field to digitally sign the form using their certificates from the employee badge. Did this option disappear entirely now? I don't want customers to have to select window, preferences, signatures and draw a rectangle to sign the form. Allow users to set up a block so the customer just needs to click the field and select their stored credential to sign the form. This is a MUST have option.
User has been guided to add certificate based digital signatures
Admincdas (Admin, Adobe) commented
Please click on the signature field on the form.It should open up a window "Sign with a Digital Id" in case you have a list of digital ids already added to Acrobat. In case you do not have any digital ids added, it would throw, "Digital Id Configuration Required" dialog. Select "Configure a Digital Id" and then "Use Digital id from a file" [if you have a pfx file saved to your local machine] or "Create a new Digital Id" [when you want to create a a new pfx file]. Once you have added, or created a new digital id, it shows up in the list of digital ids to sign with. Please select the id ,Continue, and "Sign As " screen opens where you may have to enter the password for the digital id . Click on "Sign" . This would place the signature on the form field
Go to EDIT -> Manage Tools -> forms and signature -> Certificates -> ADD
Once you have done this you should be able to enter the digitally signature.
I can not figure out how to get the digital signature on the form and the directions are not helping