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Lesson 7. Using Acrobat in a Document Re... > Digitally signing documents

Digitally signing documents

In the last section, you saw how easy it is to add comments in a document review cycle. At some point however, you need to “freeze” the document and not allow any more changes. An easy way to do this is to digitally sign the document. Although digitally signing a document doesn't prevent people from changing the document (depending on the security you apply to the document), it does allow you to track any changes made after the signature is added and roll back to the signed version if necessary.

After all the comments were consolidated on the marketing plan, the president of Juggler Toys reviewed, approved, and digitally signed the document. You'll look at the signed document, make a few minor changes to it, and see how easy it is to track the changes made after the president's approval.


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