Join Chad Chelius for an in-depth discussion in this video Applying a watermark, part of Building PDFs with Acrobat XI.
Sometimes, you may need to distribute a document to other users, but you want to …be sure that it doesn't get used as a final version of a document. …Or, you want to make sure it doesn't get used without your permission. …Adding a watermark is a great way to ensure that a document doesn't get used …by mistake. Now, I'm beginning this video with the …Pixology document open on my computer. And I'm going to come over her to my …tools pane and I'm going to go into the Pages category. …Now, down here at the bottom of this pane, you can see that under Edit Page …Design, we have four options here that all work in a similar manner.…
We have the ability to add a Header and a Footer to the document, the background to …a document. We can add a watermark, and we can apply …bates numbering. Now, I'm going to click on the Watermark …option, and I'm going to choose the Add Watermark choice. …Now this is going to bring up a dialog box that's a bit intimidating at first, …but it's really not too bad. What we could do here is we can add some …
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Skill Level Intermediate
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Sharing files via email2m 58s
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