Re: [tdf-discuss] Watermark in PDF Export
On 02/12/2013 04:59 PM, Andreas Mantke wrote:
Am 12.02.2013 15:53, schrieb CVAlkan:
Is there any way to modify the attributes of the watermark that Writer puts
into a pdf that it generates? For instance, can the font/typeface, color,
orientation, page-placement, etc. be specified somewhere?
I've looked through the documentation and help files and such, but found
nothing relevant. Thanks for any information.
currently the color of the watermark and the font/typeface are hard
coded. There is no option to change that yet.
To get around that limitation[s], why not create a "watermark image" and
place it in the background?
I made a very "faded" color image and placed it in the background in
several places on a letterhead. It was so light and "faded" it could be
printed, but would not show up when copied. Althoughthey did not need
it, that allowed them to have a way to make sure no one could make
copies of the document[s] and claim that it was the original. The color
image printed out well in either b&w or color.
So, if you really need to have a watermark design that cannot be done
with the watermark option, try doing that. To be honest, I created the
letterhead using OpenOffice.org and did not know how to use any
watermark feature. So I used what I knew how to do, the background image.
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