when designing fillable forms there should be more options with signature type field
When designing new fillable forms the signature fields should allow the designer more options and the ability to specify defaults. For example, I am creating a pdf fillable form using Adobe Acrobat DC Pro to replace a form that had been printed blank. Then customer using an ink pen would write on the printed form and sign the form at the bottom on the signature line. The completed form would then be processed by a clerk who would key the hand written information and scan the completed and signed form to store with the customer records. I can do everything easily except the signature. This form is filled out and signed by a person as they are standing in front of the clerk. I do not want every person filling this form to complete a digital signature since this computer is a public terminal. I would like a signature box that will allow them to draw their signature without the customer having to select anything from the tool bar. I want the box to draw a signature to pop up when the signature field is clicked in. Not every form needs to be emailed for a person to sign. Why does Acrobat assume that is the only way people collect signatures? You are trying to shove all signature collections into one box. Come on Adobe think outside the box. This is a real limitation in form design that I believe could be easily fixed by allowing form designer to specify signing option defaults when adding a signature field to the form.