With FormBar, Addendum's new Acrobat Plug-In, producers of digital PDF forms get a very helpful tool for a quick and highly effective handling and processing of form fields. The Addendum FormBar offers a series of functions to align, scale and arrange objects, easily accessible via an additional palette.
More additional self-explaining buttons allow to call and use functions for alignment, centering, distribution, sizing and definition of tab-stops. Just highlight a given field and click at the the desired function to execute it. Whenever there's a need to create forms containg a lot of fields, the Addendum FormBar is going to save a lot of time. In principle, Adobe Acrobat also offers these functions, accessible via tools -> forms -> fields -> align -> left. Acrobat's way of calling them by clicking through a tree is pretty much of a hassle, and since they're hidden many users have never even discovered them. Therefore, we recommend FormBar for a quick and easy access to those functions.
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.