To add a watermark, double-click the ImagePrinter Pro desktop icon and choose the Image Processing tab on the left panel.
This is also accessible via the Print Dialog while printing a document with ImagePrinter Pro (see Basics).
You can add an image watermark, text watermark, or both by enabling Draw watermark image or Draw watermark text or both of these checkboxes to the left.
For a complete list of the available settings, see the table below.
|Watermark Image section||
·In the file box, you’ll have to specify the absolute path to the image (or just browse to it) that will be used as a watermark.
·Center, Stretch, and Tile radio buttons let you to set the alignment for the watermark.
·Custom radio button allows you to set the absolute coordinates (X and Y) for the watermark within the output image.
·Opacity list box sets the opacity of the output image in percent.
|Watermark Text section||
·Text settings button displays a simple rich-text editor where you can choose the font, alignment, formatting, color, and even rotation for your text watermark.
- It is not recommended to use monochrome images as watermarks because their appearance in the output file may be poor.
- By default, each change you make will be applied for all users. If you want to apply changes only for yourself, disable the Settings for all users checkbox in the bottom left corner.