Manual PDF Stamping is handy if you want to stamp the PDF file by yourself for testing or send it to a customer manually.
Go to the Manual Stamping interface from the main PDF Stamper plugin menu to manually stamp a PDF file.
Text to Stamp
This is the text that will be stamped in the PDF file.
Lets say, you want to stamp a file for John Doe and send it to him manually. An example of your text could be the following:
This material is copyrighted to John Doe of 123 Some Street, San Jose, CA - 95130, U.S.A. The email address of the customer is John.Doe@testmail.com
URL of the Source File
In this field you need to specify The URL of the main PDF file that you want to stamp. The plugin will make a copy of this source file and stamp it with the text you already specified.
Stamp the PDF File
Once click on the “Stamp It” button, the plugin will do the following:
- Create a copy of your source file with an unique name
- Stamp the file with the text you specified
- Put the stamped file in the directory you have specified in the “Destination Directory of Stamped Files” field of the plugin settings.
You can access all the stamped files from the “Manage Stamped Files” menu.
Sample PDF File
It is a good idea to test the stamping using the following sample PDF file first.
Testing with the sample PDF file allows you to check if the stamper engine is working correctly on your site.