User instructions for installing certificates – Signing documents and assigning qualified time stamps – Checking the validity of certificates – https://www.globaltrust.eu/static/support-adobe-acrobat-dc-windows.pdf
Verifying the installation of certificates
- Open Preferences, select the Signatures category and open the Identities and Trusted Certificates settings.
- In the new window that appears, look for your own certificate in the list. If it is in the list, close the window, otherwise it still has to be installed.
- In the lower half of the settings for “Validation” in “Windows Integration” select the checkbox to verify signatures with certificates already present in Windows. → Done
Add timestamp server
- Open the settings for “Time stamps for documents” in the preferences under “Signatures” on the right side.
- Open the window for adding a timestamp server, enter a name, specify the server (for GLOBALTRUST: https://timestamp.globaltrust.eu:13080) and enter the login data received. → Done
Sign PDF file
- Open PDF file
- In “Tools” select “Certificates” tool
- Select “Sign digitally” in the toolbar at the top of the document
- Follow the Adobe Acrobat instructions. → Done
- Open signed PDF file
- Note the blue banner at the top of the image
- Select signature field in document and read signature details. → Done
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