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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Will 8850 Form Stamps

Instructions and Help about Will 8850 Form Stamps

Hi, this is a tutorial on how to create a custom date stamp or a time stamp for a PDF document. Before we begin, make sure you have your custom stamp ready in either JPG or PDF format. This is my custom stamp in JPG format. Also, make sure you have a handy PDF document around. This is one that I just made up. You will need to write down this custom script. The first line of code helps you find out the actual file name of the PDF that you'll be creating the custom stamp out of. The second group of code prompts the user when entering the date stamp. If you want, go ahead and pause the video and write down these two scripts. Once you have written both scripts down and put them into a text document, save it and minimize it. Now, let's start creating the custom stamp. Make sure you have your stamp image ready. Go to "Comment", then "Annotations", then "Stamp", then "Custom Stamps". Click on "Create Custom Stamp". Browse to your stamp image, it can be either in JPG or PDF format. Select the image. Once the image is loaded, click "OK". Create a category name and give a name to the stamp. I'm going to call mine "Received". Click "OK". At this point, go ahead and close the window. Now, open Windows Explorer and go to your C Drive. Under Windows 7, go to "Users". If you have Windows XP, go to "Documents and Settings". Once you are in "Users", go to your user folder. Then go to "App Data". If you don't see "App Data" in Windows 7, hit "Alt" and go to "Tools", then "Folder Options", then "View" tab. Make sure you have "Show hidden files, folders, and drives" selected. If not, do that...