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  Themenstart: 2016-02-07

Gelegentlich benötigt man in einem Formular eine eingescannte Unterschrift. Ziel: Im PDF-Dokument Button erzeugen, der eine Graphikdatei (png, jpg,...) mit Unterschrift einfügt. Kann ich diese Funktionalität [AdobeReader XI] via hyperref.sty als Button umsetzen? \sourceon latex \documentclass[parskip=half, paper=a4,]{scrreprt} \pagestyle{empty} \usepackage{selinput} \SelectInputMappings{adieresis={ä}, germandbls={ß}} \usepackage[ngerman]{babel} \usepackage[margin=1.0cm]{geometry} \usepackage{tabularx} \usepackage{mwe} \usepackage{xcolor} % \pagecolor{yellow!40} \usepackage{hyperref} % Textfelder % Style \renewcommand*{\DefaultOptionsofText}{print, bordercolor=red,borderstyle=U, backgroundcolor=lightgray!60} % % Inhalt \def\Name{\TextField[name=Nachname,width=5cm,]{Nachname:}% } \def\Vorname{\TextField[name=Vorname, width=5cm,value={}]{Vorname:}% } \def\Unterschrift{\TextField[name=Unterschrift, width=5cm, height=1.25cm, value={}]{Unterschrift:}% } \begin{document} %\lipsum[66] \begin{Form} \begin{tabularx}{0.9\textwidth}{ l c r } \textbf{Ausfüllbogen} & & \\[2ex] \Vorname & & \Name \\ \\ \Unterschrift & & \end{tabularx} \bigskip \Acrobatmenu{SaveAs}{\fcolorbox{black}{yellow}{PDF-Dokument speichern}} \end{Form} \end{document} \sourceoff Danke!

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Dabei seit: 06.05.2013
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  Beitrag No.1, eingetragen 2016-02-07

Hi, evtl. hilft dir diese Übersicht oder digsig weiter. emmi

  Beitrag No.2, vom Themenstarter, eingetragen 2016-02-08

Das Paket digsig \sourceon latex % \usepackage{digsig} \digsigfield{5cm}{3cm}{My signature} \sourceoff digsig.sty liefert im Resultat sowas: Wenn man sich durch die Menüs von Adobe Reader durchklickt, kann man damit sowas erstellen: Falls man eine graphische Handunterschrift als PDF-Datei hat, kann man auch diese noch (an der Stelle des Kreises) einfügen. Das ist für mein Problem zu umständlich - ich möchte lediglich eine Graphikdatei png/jpg/... in ein vorgegebenes Feld einfügen können, das allerdings per Button. So wie man es über die Menüs des Adobe Readers haben könnte: \sourceon latex \documentclass[parskip=half, paper=a4,]{scrreprt} \pagestyle{empty} \usepackage{selinput} \SelectInputMappings{adieresis={ä}, germandbls={ß}} \usepackage[ngerman]{babel} \usepackage[margin=1.0cm]{geometry} \usepackage{tabularx} \usepackage{mwe} \usepackage{xcolor} % \pagecolor{yellow!40} \usepackage{ocg-p} % für nicht mitzudruckende Gruppen \usepackage{digsig} %\usepackage{eforms} \usepackage{hyperref} % Textfelder % Style \renewcommand*{\DefaultOptionsofText}{print, bordercolor=red,borderstyle=U, backgroundcolor=lightgray!60} % % Inhalt \def\Name{\TextField[name=Nachname,width=5cm,]{Nachname:}% } \def\Vorname{\TextField[name=Vorname, width=5cm,value={}]{Vorname:}% } \def\Unterschrift{\TextField[name=Unterschrift, width=5cm, height=1.25cm, value={}]{Unterschrift:}% } \begin{document} %\lipsum[66] \begin{Form} \begin{tabularx}{0.9\textwidth}{ l c r } \textbf{Ausfüllbogen} & & \\[2ex] \Vorname & & \Name \\ \\ \Unterschrift & & \end{tabularx} \bigskip \begin{ocg}[printocg=never]{SaveAsButton}{SaveAsButtonID}{1} \Acrobatmenu{SaveAs}{\fcolorbox{black}{yellow}{PDF-Dokument speichern}} \end{ocg} \digsigfield{5cm}{3cm}{My signature} \end{Form} \end{document} \sourceoff Ganzer Code \sourceon digsig.sty %****************************************************************************** % File: @(#)$OrigId: digsig.sty,v 1.16 2015-06-07 08:57:00+02 martin Rel $ % Contents: LaTeX macros for digital signature fields in PDF files % Author: Martin Lottermoser, Braunschweig, Germany; % Martin.Lottermoser at % %****************************************************************************** % % Copyright (C) 2005-2015 by Martin Lottermoser % All rights reserved % %****************************************************************************** % % This package is an extension of the "hyperref" package and depends on % internal interfaces and other properties of that package which are not % documented and hence might change without notice. % % To use this package, proceed as follows: % - Include "\usepackage{digsig}" in your document. If it has not happened yet, % this call will also pull in the "hyperref" package. If you want to specify % options in the \usepackage call for "hyperref", include that package before % including "digsig". % - Call the macro \digsigfield to create one or more signature fields. The % macro's interface is specified below before its definition. % - The region of your file where you call \digsigfield should be contained in % hyperref's "Form" environment. % - For generating a PDF file, use either pdfTeX or configure hyperref for a % DVI driver (e.g., dvips) for which hyperref supports the \pdfmark command. % Using other configurations will not lead to signature fields; this package % will issue warnings in this case. % % To insert a signature in a signature field, you will also need suitable % software and, of course, a key. Note that Adobe's free Acrobat Reader is % capable of signing a signature field in a normal PDF file only since % version 11.0.7 (May 2014). % % % License % ======= % It cannot be applied exactly, but you should consider this file to be usable % in the spirit of the GNU Lesser General Public License, version 2.1 % (LGPLv2.1; see Basically, I do % not claim to have any rights in the documents you create with this software, % you don't have to distribute my macros with your documents, but if you copy % or modify the macros and offer this derived version for distribution you have % to do this under the same license and it must be apparent what you have % copied or modified. % % If you have questions concerning this license, contact me for clarification. % %****************************************************************************** \NeedsTeXFormat{LaTeX2e} \ProvidesPackage{digsig}[2015/06/07 Digital signature fields for PDF] %****************************************************************************** % No options \ProcessOptions %****************************************************************************** % We need the hyperref package. \RequirePackage{hyperref} %****************************************************************************** % Macro \digsigfield for creating a PDF signature field, similar in effect to % hyperref's \TextField etc. macros. Its arguments are: % #1: field width % #2: field height % #3: name of the field; may not contain periods ("."). This is not visible % in the printed representation but is usually displayed in a PDF viewer % capable of creating or verifying signatures. It depends on internals of % the "hyperref" package what happens if you use characters outside the % set of printable characters from ISO 646 (vulgo ASCII) or combining % control sequences like '\"'. My advice is to first ignore this % question, choose a sensible name encoded in your input encoding, and % then check the name displayed by your PDF reader. Change and repeat % until the result is more or less satisfactory :-). % From the point of view of TeX, the macro creates an empty box of the % specified extension with its reference point in the lower left corner. % Note that the macro does not change TeX's mode; if you want to enforce % horizontal mode for the environment the box is placed in, you will have to % take suitable steps yourself before calling the macro. % % Until it has been filled in, the field will only become visible in a PDF % viewer aware of signature fields. Signature-generating software will usually % create something to appear in the printed representation when you sign the % field. You can generate a signature field where the signature will not become % visible on the page by specifying a box of zero width and height. (This is % not as trivial as it sounds.) However, keep in mind that this field is only % invisible to the viewer; in terms of TeX, it's a box and may influence % formatting, in particular in the vertical modes. % % The following is an example of a call: % % \begin{Form} % \digsigfield{5cm}{2cm}{Author's signature} % \end{Form} % \newcommand*{\digsigfield}[3]{\hbox{% \pdfstringdef\Fld@name{#3}% \def\Fld@align{1}% Is this sensible? Do we need an option? \Fld@hiddenfalse \dimen255=#1\relax\ifdim\dimen255 < 2sp \dimen255=#2\relax\ifdim\dimen255 < 2sp \Fld@hiddentrue \fi\fi % No cheating with negative values! :-) \setbox0=\hbox{\rule{0mm}{#2}\kern#1}% % There has been an unfortunate (and in my opinion ill-considered) change % between pdftex 1.10b and pdfetex 1.21a: while \pdfstartlink/\pdfendlink % could formerly be called if \pdfoutput was zero, this is no longer % permitted in the newer versions. Hence the following is needed twice: \def\helper{\expandafter\ifx\csname pdfmark\endcsname\relax \box0\PackageWarningNoLine{digsig}{No pdfmark support in selected hyperref driver, hence no signature field ``\Fld@name''}% \else \pdfmark[\box0]{pdfmark=/ANN,Raw={\PDFFormExtension@Signature}}% \fi }% \expandafter\ifx\csname pdfoutput\endcsname\relax \helper \else\ifnum\pdfoutput > 0 \pdfstartlink user {\PDFFormExtension@Signature}\box0\pdfendlink \else \helper \fi\fi}} % Internal macro, similar to the \PDFForm@* macros of hyperref. The omission of % parameterization for "MK" is deliberate: if you need a border, create it with % TeX. \newcommand{\PDFFormExtension@Signature}{% /T (\Fld@name) /Subtype /Widget /FT /Sig /F \ifFld@hidden 2\else 4\fi\space /Q \Fld@align\space /MK << /BC [] >>} %****************************************************************************** % Record version information for this package if possible {\expandafter\ifx\csname sourceidentification\endcsname\relax\else \sourceidentification{\whatstring $OrigId: digsig.sty,v 1.16 2015-06-07 08:57:00+02 martin Rel $} \fi} %****************************************************************************** \endinput \sourceoff

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