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User Manual

 

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PDF Stamp V2.3 User manual 1

Introduction. 3

Features. 3

Limitations in the trial version. 4

Getting Started. 5

1. File List 5

2. Text Stamp. 6

3. Image Stamp. 7

4. Line Stamp. 7

5. Global Options. 8

Contact 9

Introduction

 

PDF Stamp is an advanced product that enables you to stamp content into a PDF document. Besides images, texts, PDF Stamp is able to add links. These processes can be realized in a determined number of pages with precise control over the size and position, the stamped text and/or images become a permanent part of each PDF document. There is no limit to the amount of stamps you could apply to a single document and no limit to the amount of documents you can stamp, as special feature you can integrate PDF Stamp into yourself programs (Include Client side and Server side applications). 

 

PDF Stamp lets you stamp watermarks such as "Confidential" on pages that include sensitive information or "Draft" on a preliminary PDF document to be distributed for review. You can stamp PDF document names, revision numbers, Date/Time stamps, pages numbers, contact information or any text that you need added to the file.

 

With the JPEG, GIF, TIF, TIFF, PCX, PNG, TGA, ICO, BMP, JP2, PNM etc. images support you can stamp company logos, author signatures, products, charts or any artwork in image formats. A Scale feature is provided with image stamping to easily increase or decrease the size of the stamped image, leaving the original image size intact.   

 

Use PDF Stamp to apply text, watermarks and backgrounds to a PDF document. With PDF Stamp, users can customize the content, appearance and action of each stamp as well as combining multiple stamps into one stamp profile. This includes aligning and setting the size of each stamp, or even making your stamps behave like hyperlinks.

 

Using PDF Stamp, you can:

  Stamp text and dynamic text

  Apply page numbers, filename, author, title, keywords, etc. messages

  Add Bates Numbers

  Apply image watermarks (JPEG, GIF, TIF, TIFF, PCX, PNG, TGA, ICO, BMP, JP2, PNM formats)

  Specify the position, scale and angle of rotation for text, image and line stamps

  Set actions for individual stamps

  Load single stamps into a profile for faster application

  Save your profiles

  Process thousands of documents at a time,

  Use all of these functions in batch process

  And much more!

Features

Limitations in the trial version

Insert a watermark in the every page in the stamped PDF file, this watermark will be removed in the purchased version.

Getting Started

 

Registration Window

 

The demo version of PDF Stamp software is a fully functional product with all features required for testing available. After you are convinced that the program fits your needs, you are strongly encouraged to purchase and register your copy of the software by acquiring a personal unlock key, the demo version has watermarks in the generated PDF file.

In your evaluate period, you may click “Try” button to try this software. 

1. File List

 

Add PDF Files:  Add PDF documents into the File List

Add Directories:  Add all PDF documents in a folder and its subdirectories into the File List

Stamping:  Start to Stamp PDF file(s) in the File List

 

2.Text Stamp

 

Use this feature to create single or multi-line text stamps. Text stamps are often used for headers, footers and hyperlinks. A variety of Dynamic Text options are available to allow you to easily insert date, time, page numbers and document information such as Author, Title and Subject at runtime.

 

Buttons:

Add:    Add a new text stamp.

Del:     Delete current selected text stamp.

Edit:    Edit the text content of current selected text stamp.

 

Dynamic Text (Using variables in stamp content)

When you are working with documents, there is a lot of information that varies from document to document — dates, times, filenames, etc. Even within a document there are things that change from page to page, such as page numbers or headers and footers. PDF Stamp software provides a large series of variables that access this dynamic information and stamp it into your document.

Note: All variables must be preceded by the slash (\) character. If the \ character is missing, the variable name will appear in the stamped text. If you want to use the \ character in a stamp it must be listed in the stamp file as \\.

Below is a table of all variables available showing the variable name, what it does, and an example.

Variable

Format

Example Output

\t

Local time

e.g. 10:10:10

\d

Local date

e.g. 2003-12-30

\D

Local date

e.g. 30-12-2003

\p

Current page number

Maybe “Page \p” equal

”Page 3”

\P±n

Current page number±a specified value

Maybe “Page \p+1” equal

”Page 4”

\c

Total page number

Maybe “Total \c” equal

”Total 3”

\T

Title of this PDF

 

\A

Author of this PDF

 

\S

Subject of this PDF

 

\n

New line. Use for multi-line stamps

Sample stamp, line1

Sample stamp, line2

Sample stamp, line3

\\

\ (Use when stamp must include percentage symbol)

\

\f

PDF Filename e.g. example.pdf

\F

File path\Filename e.g. C:\example.pdf

\B

\B(Bates Numbers) e.g. \B(000001)

3. Image Stamp

This feature enables you to stamp single or multiple images on PDF document. PDF Stamper supports a number of different image types. These include JPEG, GIF, TIF, TIFF, PCX, PNG, TGA, ICO, BMP, JP2, PNM etc. image formats.

4.Line Stamp

 

This feature enables you to stamp single or multiple lines on PDF document.

5. Global Options

This feature enables you to specify the page range on PDF document and file save mode.

 

Set which pages to stamp on by selecting a predefined range:

o   Last page

Contact

E-mail

mailto:support@verypdf.com

 

Feedback

If you have ideas and suggestions on how we could improve PDF Stamper, we would love to hear your thoughts. Please send them to support@verypdf.com.

 

Legal Notes

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