How do you make 2 digital signatures in 1 PDF document?

g.Bold = True
g.DrawText “Signed by:”, 200, 217

// Creating a new signature field instance
Var signatureField As PDFSignature = New PDFSignature(1, 260, 203, 150, 20, “SignatureField”)

// …and adding it to the PDF Form
d.AddControl(signatureField)

Signature fields only appear in Acrobat Reader (below), not simple PDF viewers:

// New PDFDocument Instance
Var d As New PDFDocument 

// Assign the PDFGraphics context to a regular
// Graphics variable
Var g As Graphics = d.Graphics 

// We are going to use 400 as the wrapping
// value for the text, so 200 is the middle
// value for X coordinate
Const txtMiddleX As Double = 200

Var LeftX As Double = g.Width/2 - txtMiddleX

// Draw Title
g.SaveState
g.FontSize = 20
g.Bold = True

g.DrawText "Some Important Document", Leftx, 50

// Draw main body text
g.RestoreState
g.DrawText kLorem, Leftx, 70, 400

Var tHeight As Double = g.TextHeight(kLorem,400) + 170

// Draw "Signed by" text
g.Bold = True
g.DrawText "Signed by:", Leftx, tHeight

// Creating a new signature field instance
Var Signature1 As PDFSignature = New PDFSignature(1, leftx, tHeight+10, 100, 50, "Signature1")

// …and adding it to the PDF Form
d.AddControl(Signature1)

// Creating a new signature field instance
Var Signature2 As PDFSignature = New PDFSignature(1, leftx+200, tHeight+10, 100, 50, "Signature2")

// …and adding it to the PDF Form
d.AddControl(Signature2)

// Select a file name and destination to save the PDF document
f = FolderItem.ShowSaveFileDialog("","PDFDocument With Signature Field.PDF")

If f <> Nil Then
  
  // Saving the PDF
  d.Save(f)
  
End If

Thank You