Quick Actions are going to ramp up your productivity on Mac. As for instance, you can watermark multiple PDF pages using Quick Actions on macOS Mojave with optimum ease.
I find this new feature pretty spot on as it makes the process a breeze. If adding watermark to PDFs is something you have to carry out more often than not, you will appreciate it as well. Let me demonstrate how it works!
How to Watermark PDF Pages Using Quick Actions on Mac Running macOS Mojave
Step #1. Launch Automator on your Mac. (You can use Spotlight to quickly open it.)
Step #2. Now, select Contextual Workflow and click Choose.
Step #3. Next, go to Library sidebar and choose PDFs and then double click on Watermark PDF Documents.
Step #4. Click Add in the action and then select suitable watermark image.
Then, you have the option to adjust the offset, scale, angle, and opacity of the file. Fine-tune it based on your need.
Step #5. Next up, click on Files & Folders and then add the Move Finder Items action to the workflow.
Step #6. Up next, you have the option to chose where the watermarked PDF be saved when a watermark is applied. For instance, you can draw watermark over or under PDF.
Step #7. Once you are done, save the new workflow and name it.
If you ever decide to change the watermark images, you can do so without any hassle. Keep reading…
How to Change Watermark Image in PDFs in macOS Mojave
Step #1. Simply open Automator on your Mac.
Step #2. Now, open the PDF Workflow.
Step #3. Then, select the watermark image link and click on Remove. Then add a new one.
Next, save it.
“Quick Actions” has impressed me a lot. I’m sure it’s gonna bolster your performance and save plenty of valuable time. Let us your thoughts about it in the comments below.
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