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Editorial Markup Stamp Library for Acrobat

This set of proofreading mark "stamps" will help you indicate editorial changes inside PDF documents. See below for installation instructions.

This set of proofreading mark "stamps" will help you indicate editorial changes inside PDF documents. See below for installation instructions.

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$15.00

This Acrobat stamp library provides 60 individual proofreader's marks. Once installed, stamps are available within the Acrobat Stamps Palette.

Installation of this product into your Acrobat is simple. Click the ”Notes & Docs” section or ”Where to Find It” on this website for more information about where to place the stamp library file on your computer. (It is a .PDF file)

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-Added 2 stamps; Capitalize and Insert Period

Documents
Instructions for Editorial Markup Stamp Library.pdf

After purchasing and downloading the stamps file (a .PDF file), place this file into the correct folder on your computer so that Acrobat can ”see” the stamps. You may need to close and re-open Acrobat to see the new stamps.

If you are using MacOS, place the file:
1. Hold the 'Option' key and then click ”Go” from the Finder menu at the top of the screen.
2. Choose 'Library'
3. Navigate to: /Library/Application Support/Adobe/Acrobat/DC/Stamps



If you are on Windows 7 - 10 navigate to:
C:\Users\[user name]\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Acrobat\DC\Stamps

If you cannot see ”AppData” in Windows, do the following:
1. Go to Windows Explorer.
2. Open the C: drive.
3. Click Organize on the menu bar.
4. Select Folder and Search options.
5. Select the View tab.
6. Under Files and Folders > Hidden files and folders, select the option to Show hidden files, folders and drives.
7. Click OK.


For Windows XP, go to:
C:\documents and settings\username\application data\Adobe\Acrobat\[version number]\Stamps.

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After installation your stamps should appear under the 'Tools', ”Stamp” menu inside Acrobat.

If you would like to add even more custom stamps to this collection, open Acrobat and go to 'Custom Stamps' > 'Manage' > Click on the collection > 'Create...' > Browse > 'Ok'.

More information can be found at https://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/using/adding-stamp-pdf.html