Rubber Stamp Annotation

The Rubber Stamp tool allows you to place a designated stamp on the page similar to using an ink stamp on paper.

Applying a Rubber Stamp Annotation

There are three ways to apply a stamp:

  1. Select Comments > Rubber Stamp from the menu, and select the stamp you wish to use. Then click the document where you would like to apply the stamp.
  2. From the toolbar, click on the down arrow on the Rubber Stamp button, and select the stamp that you wish to use. Then click the document where you would like to apply the stamp.
  3. Click directly on the Rubber Stamp button on the toolbar, and then click the document where you would like to apply the stamp.

Annotation Properties

To access the Rubber Stamp properties right click (Mac: Ctrl + Click) on the annotation and choose Properties in the mouse menu or click on the edit button on the Mini Toolbar. The Rubber Stamp contains the following property settings.

Appearance

Transparency - Sets the transparency of the rubber stamp

Rotation - Allows you to set the Rotation of the rubber stamp

Note / Comment - A note can be added to rubber stamps that will be displayed when hovered over by the mouse

Save as default - When checked this will make the selected appearance settings the default for any new Rubber Stamps going forward

Locked - When checked prevents the following on the annotation: being moved or resized, editing appearance properties, & deleting the annotation.

General

Author - Allows you to edit the author

Subject - Allows you to edit the subject

Layer - Only available when the document contains layers. Sets the layer that the annotation belongs to. For more information see Assigning Comments to Layers

Status History

This tab will display and changes to the review status of the annotation including Author, Status, and Timestamp. For more details see Setting Status or Check Marks on Annotations