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I want to add "confidential" stamp to every page of a document production, is there a way to stamp that without going page by page? Using Acrobat 8 Prof.
Janie Berks 511 days ago
Hi,Thomp is too modest: if you need PDF stamps you need its All About PDF Stamps in Acrobat and Paperless Workflows book : R.O.I. is immediate.It's the PDF-stamp bible.;-)
Thom Parker Commented 510 days ago | Report
I used the watermark. These documents need to go out this week. I will probably invest in the stamp bible, but needed an answer NOW. Thank you both.
Janie Berks Commented 510 days ago | Report
but needed an answer NOW:- create a new blank PDF page,- apply the "Confidential" stamp, flatten*, and Save-as,- then use this new PDF as a watermark** (on every page).;-)* Use the Flatten Page Content Tool : http://www.pdfscripting.com/public/Fr...** http://help.adobe.com/en_US/acrobat/p...
Not so sure how that would work. I have a 700 + page document production, broken up into multi-page documents, I would have had to do that over 700 times. Seems like that would have take more time.
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