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    I need a solution for visualizing an electronic digital signature from third-party software. The product I work for stores signed documents in PDF format and the signatures themselves. My product is able to access third-party software products using OLE technology, that is, for example, I can adapt the provided example of software code on some VBA for my own software. I need to save a copy of the original file when the user clicks the button in my program and insert a stamp on the last page of the file that contains information about the EDS (a multi-line Cyrillic text surrounded by a frame between the letters of which the body of the original document will Shine through between the letters and the outer frame) to open it to the user for possible determination of the position of the stamp/stamps (there may be several signatures) to allow him to print it.

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    I tried to use a product from Adobe for what I need by adapting the sample code found in VBA and this is what I got. Their product inserts a stamp / stamps approximately as I need, but these are not custom stamps in which I can change the text, but stamps with the text in them sewn by their company. The text shines through as I need it and I can move their stamps, but I can't set my own text to display inside the frame. For this reason, I turned my attention to Your product and ask for Your help. I have now downloaded and deployed a fourteen-day version of your product. If I am offered an example of software code with which I can insert stamps in my documents, I will ask the customer to purchase your software

    I hope for your prompt help. Thank you in advance

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    What kind of third-party software did use? How did you use the code to insert stamp and what code did you use? If possible, could you please use the LiceCap tool to generate an animated gif/video using your phone or any other recording tools that shows how to reproduce the problem for our referencing?
    Here's the download link:
    (Unzip it, then double-click on licecap file, you can then specify the recording area then hit "Record", it requires naming the file first then start recording.)

    If it is inconvenient to upload the code or files here, you may email to [email protected] Attn: Cherry. Thank you.