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Printing Dates On PDF Documents

Posted on 2011-09-22
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We have a bunch of policy documents in PDF format and, due to regulatory concerns, would like  to have the date the document was printed appear at the bottom of each page when a user prints the document out for tracking purposes.  Does anyone know how to do this in Adobe Acrobat (version X Pro or Standard) and how we can apply this to over 1,000 PDF documents without having to go in and modify each one?
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James Murrell earned 500 total points
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very hard to do..... in last company we had to do 6,000 pdf like this, we went and bought http://www.pdfbates.com/ (they do have a demo so you can test first)

a cheap way would be to use http://www.pdf995.com/download.html but at the time we decided the 1st one was easiest for the user concerned

James
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