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How do you put a watermark on a document?
On the Design tab, select Watermark. In the Insert Watermark dialog, select Text and either type your own watermark text or select one, like DRAFT, from the list. Then, customize the watermark by setting the font, layout, size, colors, and orientation. Select OK.
How do I add a watermark to a PDF for free?
Step 1: Select your PDF document. Step 2: Add Text Watermark. Click the Add Text button at the top of the PDF page. Step 3: Change text size, rotation and location on page. Step 4: Change text color, transparency and font family.
How do I add a watermark to a PDF in Python?
input_file = open(pdf_file,'rb') input_pdf = PyPDF2. PdfFileReader(pdf_file) watermark_file = open(watermark,'rb') watermark_pdf = PyPDF2. PdfFileReader(watermark_file)
How can I add a watermark to a PDF?
Choose Tools > Edit PDF > Watermark > Add. In the dialog box, click Add Files, choose Add Files, and then select the files. Click OK to close the Add Watermark dialog box.
How do I add a watermark in Bluebeam?
Go to Tools > Stamp > Create Stamp. Set the Opacity to 30% and leave the Template field as Blank (none). Click OK. In the new stamp tab, select Image from the toolbar and choose a desired image from the file explorer window. Click inside the stamp outline to set the image.
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