Tuna Watermarking

1.0

 
License: Free to try
Price:
$9.99
Rated:
Downloads: 1
Op. System: Windows 7/Vista/2003/XP/2000
Last updated: 2012-02-17
File size: 1 MB
Publisher: Tuna Watermarking
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Publisher description for Tuna Watermarking

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Watermark Processing Software for Outlook 2010. Tuna Watermarking is an easy to use document watermarking software to add visible and transparent watermarks to multiple documents in a Batch. It allows you to protect your documents from unauthorized distribution using one of the included or a custom watermark or logo, which could be added on any position and size. Protect your documents using a visible watermark or logo Visual marketing Transparent watermarks with custom opacity Mail Merge capability Benefits: Use Outlook contacts, distribution lists or contacts from another system to send your bulk e-mails No system conversion, no data to convert, virtually plug and play Secure your intellectual property Document security without costly and cumbersome digital rights management Familiar user interface encourages a fast learning curve Reduce time and errors in sending out e-mails to large groups of people Full Mail Merge for customized names with Outlook contacts or data from MS Excel Outlook Integration: Seamless Outlook integration ensures the most intuitive user interface combining familiarity with functionality. Tuna Watermarking appears on Outlook???s toolbar and provides the familiar interface that you are used to. Complete Control: Tuna Watermarking allows you to control all the aspects of watermarking documents. Intuitive Interface: When used in tandem, Tuna Watermarking integrates with Outlook 2003, 2007, and 2010 which makes watermarking attachments a breeze. Choose from predefined Profiles or create a unique one every time. Cost Benefits: The real power of the system is to send a document or group of documents to a large group. For example, you could send a periodical out to a group of 1000 recipients and Tuna Watermarking would create 1000 separate e-mails.

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