For those of you who currently use Acrobat, I would strongly suggest you try PDF-XChange Viewer – it’s free and the stamps palette is far more user-friendly.
If you’ve already downloaded my stamps, then my apologies that I didn’t come across this information until now – I know how laborious it is to download the stamps one by one.
There are still benefits, though – now you can transfer your whole stamps palette to a second PC.
And should you buy a new computer you won't have to endure the arduous task of downloading the stamps one by one all over again.
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