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Batch Signing with Stamps in Bluebeam Revu
The “Batch Sign & Seal” function in Bluebeam Revu is extremely useful and saves us tons of time when signing hundreds of PDFs and PDFs with hundreds of pages. Instead of attaching an image to our signature’s appearance directly, we can ensure that our seal’s size is controlled independently from our signature. We can do this by creating a stamp and inserting our seal into it.
After your seal, name, date, and other important information is placed and sized in a stamp, we can initiate the Batch Sign & Seal function and turn “Stamp” on. Our stamp and signature are now two separate entities in the Batch process, and we can place the signature on top of the stamp for easy validation. If all of our data is in our stamp, we can turn our signature’s data off and use it as a placeholder.
Using a stamp with the Batch Sign & Seal command is very efficient and easy to use. For more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.