Is it possible to print a pdf file (adding a text) directly on a printer by pdf stamp?
I’m trying PDF Stamp comman line. I have a question :
Is it possible to print a pdf file (adding a text) directly on a printer ? ( not create another pdf file)
I mean a command like this :
pdfstamp -PDF "example.pdf" -AT “www.verypdf.com\n Demo “ -print
I would like to add text to the file "example.pdf" and print the document directly (not create another pdf file)
Please download PDFPrint Command Line from following web page to try, you can use PDFPrint Command Line to print your PDF file easily,
pdfprint.exe -wtext "Watermark" C:\input.pdf
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