Thanks @Test Screen Name. However, there is literally no other way to
put a date next to your signature on the form except to either print it
or circumvent their input fields. I asked my CPA if I could just leave
the [Date] field blank next to my signature and just rely on the saved
time stamp of the document (as try67 suggested above), and he said
ABSOLUTELY NOT. When I explained that the rest of the fields could be
edited digitally except for that one date field, he suggested perhaps it
I spent an hour this morning trying to add a date to an IRS W9 form
after I signed it in Acrobat. After reading this forum thread, I finally
just double clicked the file and let it open in the native Apple Preview
application. Within 2 minutes I was done with the form using the
built-in "Markup" toolset.I have spent so much money on Adobe software
and so much time trying to figure this out within Acrobat, when I could
have spent $0 and < 2 minutes to finish this using native software.
Joke's on ...