No, it doesn't. It claims it does, but it doesn't.

Here's the following from Dov...


Documents "enabled" with Acrobat 8 Professional (NOT
any version of Acrobat 7) can be digitally signed by
users of either Reader 7 or Reader 8.

Thus, you need Acrobat 8 Professional for the document
creator and still only need Reader 7 for the colleagues
who need to sign the documents (not that Reader 8 is
a problem or doesn't have some new features - but it 
isn't needed for signatures if they already have Reader 7).

        - Dov 


Thank you,


Gillian Flato


-----Original Message-----
From: Art Campbell [mailto:art.campb...@gmail.com] 
Sent: Monday, November 06, 2006 1:43 PM
To: Gillian Flato
Cc: framers at frameusers.com
Subject: Re: Off-topic - Microsoft InfoPath

Acrobat 7 and Reader 7 both support digital signatures...
What are you trying to do that it doesn't support?

Art

On 11/6/06, Gillian Flato <gflato at nanometrics.com> wrote:
> The powers-that-be are fed-up with Adobe Acrobat right now since 7.0
was
> supposed to enable digital signatures. They are looking at Microsoft
> InfoPath 2007. Has anyone tried that? What was the result? Can you do
> digital signatures?
>
>
> Thank you,
>
>

-- 
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