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Applying multiple signatures on XFA form in Acrobat Pro?


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Apologies if this question has been answered before, but I spent some time looking and didn't see anything directly on point. We're working with an XFA form in Acrobat Pro. The form is intended to be signed by up to 6 or 7 different individuals, each of whom plays a different role up the "food chain" in the approval process. The first person to sign can apply a digital signature in Acrobat Pro, but after that no one else can sign or add information to other fields. Our tech department has (supposedly) confirmed that the form is not set to lock once signed.


Any idea what might be going on here? Is there a correct way--within Acrobat Pro rather than having to go to the web--to configure a PDF form for multiple signatures? Because the form is XFA, I can't examine the existing properties for each of the signature fields. In case I wasn't clear about this, I'm just an end user, not the creator of the form.


thanks in advance for any help!

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Level 1

@nitesh_kumar, I actually posted in the Acrobat forum first and was told to come here because the form is LiveCycle. (See screenshot.) Any other suggestions for me?


Employee Advisor

I see. Sorry to give you one more redirect here, as you may have to put your question here



This is for AEM Forms (Former Adobe LiveCycle).