Watermark text size in pdfprint command line
We are a small software company in the UK, and I'm evaluating your veryPDF pdfprint software.
If i can get it to work I will certainly buy a developer license, but at the moment I'm having a bit of trouble with the watermarks. The only one that comes out is the red one saying it's an evaluation version. The command i'm typing is as follows:
>pdfprint.exe -wtext "watermark" -wtype 1 test.pdf
Does that seem right?
Is the problem to do with having to do some sort of installation? I just have all the files in a folder on my desktop at the moment
Please add -wh 200 parameter to try again, for example,
pdfprint.exe -wtext "watermark" -wtype 1 -wh 200 test.pdf
the printout will contain the "watermark" text, please refer to following printout,
Thanks for the email, I seem to have got it working now. As soon as we have our software written around it I will purchase a license!
Thanks for your kindly information, have a nice day!
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