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I have a form that I am using to post to HTTP using PHP Script. It works great, however I would like to be able to have a field that a customer signs with stylus on tablet pc and I can upload that as a jpg or whatever and also lock the form so it cannot be modified after customer signs off on order. Anyone out there have an idea of how I can get a client to do that using Adobe Livecycle?

Let me know if I need to provide more info?

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The type of electronic signature you are describing is supported with PDF. Adobe has many partners that have software (plug-ins) to Reader (the form must be Reader Extended) and Acrobat that will generate electronic signatures via a signature pad.

For example:  http://www.cic.com/products/

For more partner information check out:  http://www.adobe.com/security/partners/index.html

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Steve

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Thanks,

That is really helpful!

I downloaded CIC Signit for Adobe and was able to sign. I need to figure out how to make it skip some of the questions and just give the sig box?

Also need to fig out how to have it lock it all down once it is signed so the order cannot be modifed after it is signed.

Also Any tutorials out there on how to use HTTP Submit to a php script and upload the signature image?