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How add Water Mark once upload document into the document Library? i checked TITUS is is working but how to achieve without 3rd party tools.

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You have to use 3rd party tools. For example, I used the iTextSharp library to add watermarks to my PDF files, and set up a workflow to automatically fire whenever a document is uploaded into the doc library.

Here's a tutorial for the iTextSharp thing.

http://footheory.com/blogs/donnfelker/archive/2008/05/11/using-itextsharp-to-watermark-write-text-to-existing-pdf-s.aspx

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Thanks For reply Rafal – Nagaraju Pattem Oct 19 '12 at 12:05

Try this link. It applies to PDFs already uploaded. The watermark gets added on download. http://blog.falchionconsulting.com/index.php/2012/03/stamping-pdf-files-downloaded-from-sharepoint-2010/

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Waqas, while I understand your point about links, for me, I wasn't going to copy all the code and claim it as my own. That would imply ownership or at least contribution, of which I did neither. My reply was more of a direction for consideration rather than a certain solution. If that is not the spirit of this website, then I misunderstood the entire concept of "exchange" in StackExchange. -1? Thanks. – Blisteragent Jun 21 at 16:19
    
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Got it. I'll keep that in mind going forward. – Blisteragent Jun 21 at 16:25

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