Pete MacKay
Department Head, CTS

Creating Custom Adobe Acrobat Pro Stamps For Teachers

Technical Tutorial Published 11/28/12 Last updated on 5/16/18
As students move towards creating digital documents, Adobe Acrobat offers the ability for teachers to create custom rubber stamps to use in their assessment of PDF files. This tutorial will run through the steps to do this from the perspective of a teacher offering feedback on a student-produced digital document.
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Content Standards
Common Core State Standards, Alberta
Communication and Collaboration, Technology Operations and Concepts

There are no physical materials required to complete this tutorial.  Adobe Acrobat Pro is required - 9, X or XI.  All files are provided but if a user wants to create their own custom artwork, then Adobe CS6 is recommended.

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Natalie Salerno

Posted on 12/19/13 4:31:33 PM Permalink

Really useful, what a wonderful and professional way of communicating

Tarek Bahaa El Deen

Posted on 3/26/13 1:02:04 PM Permalink

it's very useful

we need more of the same subject


Wanda Dechant

Posted on 1/22/13 4:39:07 PM Permalink

This looks great, Pete, thanks for sharing it! Love that you can totally customize your own stamps for comments.... that is "Awesome"!