Removing watermark from a PDF file is not rocket science. One can easily get rid of a PDF watermark if he is using the right kind of software program. In my opinion, the best and easiest to use PDF watermark removal can be accomplished using Wondershare PDFelement. It is a multi-OS based PDF editor program which offers watermark removal module for PDF documents. In order to learn how to remove PDF watermarks, you need to go through the following steps. Install and launch Wondershare PDFelement on your Mac/Windows PC. After that open the PDF file by dragging it from the Finder window to the PDFelement window. In the next step, go to the “Tool” menu and choose “Add or Edit Watermark” option. Your PDF file will now be opened in the watermark module of PDFelement. To remove the watermark, click on “Remove Watermark” option followed by selecting the PDF pages from which watermark needs to be removed and then finally click on “Delete” button. Your PDF watermark will be removed immediately after that and you can save the modified PDF document using “Save” icon. In order to practically learn and understand the process simply watch this video tutorial.
In a later post I will show how to remove the watermarks and the passwords from documents in LibreOffice Step 2: Setting the Watermarks and Passwords to the Default First, we need to add each page's watermark and password to the document in DevTools/index/default.html. We do this in the HTML file by adding this line:This will prevent our pages from being copied in the default browser. We will then create a special page-specific page_watermark variable which can be used only to mark the pages that are copied, and which can be removed later : page_pwd_in_html : (define (page_watermark) (let ((page (homepages (append :page “Pages” (text “watermark”)))) (page-watermark-to-html (homepage (car pages))))) The other pages should be left alone. The first one will contain no watermark at all while the other three can be shown using the watermark. We will get to mark pages that we have already processed.