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Merlin Project: Using watermarks for print

Merlin Project Support

When you are planning and managing the progress of your projects with Merlin Project, you often get to the point of sharing progress. Do you print on paper or create a PDF?

You can customize these print-outs by headers / footers / watermarks as explained in our quick guide.

These options are delivered through the build-in macOS print dialogue. The print dialogue offers various settings for header and footer as well as for placing a watermark.

The available options do not produce your desired layout of watermark and text? Is there a way to present your project plan in a more personalized way?

Yes, by using the watermark in a different way.

Here a simple example of watermark plus footer on the demo document from Merlin Project Menu ,Help':

Using footer

Edit the watermark picture using an application of your choice. Create the desired layout out of your picture and the text in a way that is not supported by the print dialogue and save.

Again lets have a look at a simple outcome of this editing and usage:

Using watermark

Using watermarks as a combination of picture and text expands the available options of the print dialogue to your individual needs.

Posted by Peter Meier on February 28th, 2018 under Products
Tags: merlin-project-express merlin-project support macOS

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