Do you know, I've just spent 40 minues making a great Blog entry on Watermarking.... then I hit the "go back a page in my browser" button instead of the backspace key... result? No more blog entry.
Lesson learned that hard way.... save your work regularly. It's not like I haven't been in IT for years and had multiple blue screens of death with loss of work as a result.... I should really learn!
Anyway.... Watermarking over multiple files.... Suhail asked me about this following a recent Blog entry on Watermarking.
I first thought of the "Document Processing" menu and the "Batch" commands option. But then I remembered......
Add or replace a watermark, with an open document
1. Choose Document > Watermark > Add.
2. (Optional) To apply the watermark selectively to individual pages, click Page Range Options. Then specify a page range and choose a Subset option, as needed.
3. Specify the watermark:
-------- Then do some noice formatting of the watermark ----------
7. (Optional) To apply the same settings to additional PDFs, click Apply To Multiple. Click Add Files, choose Add Files or Add Open Files, and then select the files. Then in the Output Options dialog box, specify your folder and filename preferences, and click OK.
Now, I can't quite remember if this feature extends back to say, Acrobat 7 but if not, use the Batch processing option, you can add Watermarks there...
Now.... in other news
1. Manchesterford United Town have been grouped with Celtic and some other chaps in the Champions League (that's proper football and United are the current Champions of Europe)
2. England seem to have finally learned how to play Cricket again, even if it's only the one day version of the game)
3. I'm running all over the counrty (OK not actually running... have you seen me run!) holding Acrobat seminars for Government departments and Public sector bodies.
These semainars have been great fun and are aimed just at showing the capabilities of Acrobat, mainly to people who have already purchased the product! Just look at this happy seminar attendee....
If you're working in the UK Public sector and think your team or office could do with a Lunch and learn type of session from Mr Spartacus, pop me a blog comment and I'll see what I can do.
The seminars are free and I promise I won't try to sell you anything.