How to use Outlook email watermarked PDF files?
Which PDF software helps me to watermark PDF files and then send out automatically with my Outlook 2003?
Just use A-PDF Mailer (free download here) to auto send stamped PDF with Outlook:
- Select Input Excel: open Excel file which lists email addresses;
- Set Email Subject and Email Body, click "Insert Value" to use data extracted from spreadsheet directly, you can also save the rule for later use;
- Click "Setting" button and edit watermark with data extracted from Excel, then click "Email Setting" to check "Use current email application (i.e. Outlook Winmail and etc... )", save all settings;
- Add PDF attachment, and click "Edit" icon to check designed watermark;
- Click "Batch Send Mail" button to use Outlook to send out all stamped PDF files immediately.
This Image tutorial will give you an overview of the procedure how easy to use this product!
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