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    Adobe Acrobat X | Which Version to choose??? | Need to do watermarking on documents!

    Hello All,

    We are currently looking into purchasing an Adobe Acrobat X Package for a colleague... She needs to put watermarked images on the pages without doing it in word, she used to use an older version of Adobe Acrobat but now we need to upgrade it to comply with our GovConnect rules & regs as Adobe have stopped supporting it. Can anybody answer; which version of Adobe Acrobat X does watermarking? Pro, Standard, Pro Extended? Obviously if they all do it, then we would be purchasing the Standard one...

    Hopefully somebody can help answer this one?

    Oliver.

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    Well couldn't you still create the document in Word, apply the watermark, then use Cute PDF to convert to PDF? It's free.

    If you need to edit PDFs directly, I believe all version of Adobe Acrobat X do watermarking, but I would double check this!

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    We have cute PDF installed on all the machines on the network, the user uses a package which produces maps to scale! She needs to print into PDF straight from the program that she uses then add the watermark for copyright reasons. I think our only option is going to be; purchase Adobe Acrobat X Pro... unless anybody else can come up with any cheaper packages?

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    In that case you'd certainly be correct.

    Many thanks to the mysterous person giving me negative rep on this thread.

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    Not used it, but Bullzip claims to add a watermark. It's free, so worth a look to see if it's suitable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oalcock View Post
    unless anybody else can come up with any cheaper packages?
    A few more options...

    Windows: Nitro PDF Professional
    Mac OS X: Bronson Watermarker (£6.99), PDF Clerk Pro, PDF Pen Pro



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