When something goes wrong on the roads, arguments over who did what often turn into heated and inefficient disagreements. A new PDF tool may give you an advantage after an accident: the ability to show exactly what chain of events led to that dented bumper.
The makers of Accidentsketch.com say that whether it's your fault or another driver's, you will have:
[M]any questions to answer and forms to fill in -- from the police, insurance companies, and perhaps even lawyers and courts...(and) almost every one of those forms requires you to draw a diagram of what happened. AccidentSketch.com provides you with the tools to draw the sequence of events -- and you only have to drag and drop road and vehicle icons onto a screen, fill in some details, then print out the accident report with your sketch.
Accidentsketch.com is a free service, and while you're making a sketch you can also attach a detailed text description to your visual tools. When the sketch is finished, print it out or download and forward the PDF file.
OK, so you want to stamp your document. Maybe you need to give reviewers some advice about the document's status or sensitivity. This tip from author Ted Padova demonstrates how to add stamps with the Stamp Tool along with related comments.