PDF Stamper

PDF Stamper
Manufacturer : VeryPDF

Size: 2.00MB

Category: PDF Solutions

Unit Price : $ 38.00

Effectively Put Stamp on PDF Files!

PDF stamper is one of the handy and professional PDF tool that is designed to create stamp on PDF files or create a PDF files with watermark. With the help of this tool you can easily stamp your PDF documents with text, graphics lines, images, rectangles, etc. It also allow you to apply logos, company signature, charts, date and time, page numbers, contact and address information to your PDF files. This tool is also known as stamp creator through which you can annotate PDF with custom stamps and put the stamp anywhere you like. You can stamp pdf files with images in different format such as PNG, JPG, GIF, TIF, BMP, etc, you can stamp text on pdf documents with several effects or you can add watermark by using standard Base. The software also support hyperlink pdf files like web links and does not require any third party application such as Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader. PDF stamper is compatible on almost all version of Windows operating system such as Windows 8/7/Vista/XP/2008/2003/2000/98/NT/ME of both 32 bit and 64 bit.


  • Stamp PDFs with Image, Text and graphic lines or rectangles
  • Add text by using the standard Base 15 Fonts and Windows System Fonts
  • Support PDF files with Hyperlink such as Web links
  • Support all versions of PDF format
  • No need of third software like Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader
  • PDF stamper comes in three versions - the Graphical User Interface (GUI), command line version and the COM version.

Why we require PDF stamper tool

PDF stamper is helpful when you do not want your PDF files and its content to be copied and used by others and if copied you can easily recognize it. You can add stamp to make your PDF files “Confidential”, “Copyrighted” or “Licensed to ….” and therefore we suggest you with this PDF stamp tool which help you in applying watermark to each page with a specific color and sizes.


Compatible with Windows 10, Windows 8 & Windows 7

Create Stamp Text on PDF

Allow you to stamp text to PDF files in several effects such as you can use different fonts, apply text watermarks by using Windows System Fonts and Standard Base 15 Fonts. Support font size, font style and text mode settings. It also features color settings which allow you to stamp text in gray scale and RGB color (0-255 color values.). You can also rotate the text stamp in any angle.



Stamp Images on PDF

This tool allows you to stamp images to your PDF documents. You can use any format of images such as PNG, JPEG, GIF, TIF/TIFF, BMP, PCX, JPG, etc. Has ability to adjust the original image size before using images as PDF stamp without any help of third party application such as Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader.



Allow Graphics Stamp on PDF

PDF stamper allow you to add graphics lines or rectangular to stamp PDF files. You can rotate the angle of graphics line or rectangles in any direction as you wish. It allows you to stamp multiple line stamp and several types of stamps to the PDFs at one time. PDF stamper automatically adjusts the length of the line stamp to the PDF documents.



Put Stamps Anywhere You Want

It allows you to stamp PDF to the page footer or page header. Offer multiple placing options allowing you to place your stamp anywhere on PDF files such as to the bottom, at the top, in middle center, at diagonal-bottom right or at diagonal-top right, etc. So, you can place the stamp images, text, graphics wherever you want on the original PDF contents.


Other Important Features
  • Support all versions of PDF documents
  • No need of Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader
  • Support PDF files that contain hyperlinks such as Web links
  • Allow to create duplicate PDF files from the original. Create duplicate file with different file name and then apply stamp on the duplicate file.
  • Put dynamic text stamps to PDFs such as “Title”, “Subject”, “Author”, etc.
  • Allow to set Page Range through "Page Range Settings". You can set the start and end page numbers for stamping PDF pages.

Features of the Command Line and COM Versions
Including the above features, the command line and the COM version have the additional following features:
  • Create transparent stamps such as you can create transparent Image watermarks, Text watermarks and graphics watermarks.
  • Allow 40 or 128 bit encryption when you want to set password to the output PDF files.
  • Help in adding new layer to the entire stamps.
  • Support Password (user and owner) protected PDF files.
  • Allow to set password in order to prevent PDF files from copying, editing, changing or printing.

How to Create Stamp on PDF Files

Step 1: Download and Run PDF Stamp

Download and Run the PDF stamper on your computer.


Step 2: Import PDF files

Click on "Add PDF Files" button or click on “Add Directory” button or simply "Drag and Drop" to add pdf files to the software..

Step 3: Apply PDF stamps

You can add Image stamps, Text stamps and Graphics line or rectangles stamps to PDF documents. To put image stamp Click on Image Stamp tab>click Add button from the Image Stamp List box>select Width scale and Height scale to set the image size>Set the position to where you want to stamp by selecting the option in the Position box>Set the layers by selecting the objects from the Layer combo box.

Step 4: Output PDF with Stamps

Click on Global tab, > click the radio button before Save to following directory under Save Mode, > click on Browse button to select a folder in the pop-up dialog box to save the output PDF files into, or enter a directory in the edit box on the right of the button. > Click the PDF File List tab, > click Stamping.

Specifications

Opearing System:Windows 8/7/Vista/XP/2008/2003/2000/98/NT/ME of both 32 bit and 64 bit.
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You can receive the license code immediately after you paid.

License benefits

  • Activated full version without time limitation.
  • Free technical support.

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