How to remove watermark from a PDF file
There have been many incidents of mishap where a PDF file has had a watermark added where it wasn’t supposed to be. It happens all the time. Sometimes a third party will add a watermark without permission, or it will simply be an accident. Either way, it is natural to want to remove watermark in PDF file.
It can seem difficult to do. After all, PDF files are uneditable in most normal programs. They won’t even load in many, since not all programs are designed to handle PDFs. However, there are a few ways you can remove the unwanted watermarks simply and with minimal fuss.
Method 1: Freeware – Google Docs
Most people have used Google Docs or Google Drive at some point in their day to day lives. Few people know that Google Docs can actually be used to remove PDF watermark. It is a fairly simple process.
You can convert the PDF to Microsoft Word format and then open it up in Google Docs. The watermark should then be on a separate layer from the rest of the document, and you can easily select it and delete it. Then, you change it back into a PDF.
Since Google Docs is a freeware and readily available online, this is a relatively convenient solution, though it does require a fair bit of converting.
Method 2: Remove PDF watermark in Adobe Acrobat
Adobe Acrobat is a popular PDF editing program and many computers will have it. It has a tool to remove watermarks from PDF quite quickly.
Load up your PDF in Acrobat and then go to the top menu bar. Click on Document, then go down and hover over Watermark. A list of three options will then come up at the side, and you can select Remove from the bottom.
Simple and effective, as long as you already have it installed on your PC. If you don’t, it can be a bit of a hassle to get up and running. That’s one of the downsides of this program.
Method 3: Apowersoft PDF Editor to remove watermark from PDF
The final method you can opt for is the Apowersoft PDF Editor. This is an all-inclusive PDF editor that means you don’t have to do any conversions. You simply load it up, remove PDF watermark and save.
The watermark tool is located conveniently in the Insert tab, at the right end of the menu. Clicking on the little arrow at the bottom of the tool will bring up two options: Delete watermark and Update watermark. Press on the first one of those options, and you’ve successfully been able to remove text watermark from PDF.
It has a very neat and simple to use layout, so it won’t be a struggle to find the tools you need. Everything is laid out so that even someone with no PDF experience can find their way around the program.
It has a vast number of features for editing PDFs which make it a one-stop program; it doesn’t just do one job. You can sign documents, fill in PDF forms and convert to other formats. As well as, of course, the necessary PDF watermark remover.
Using Google Docs is a perfectly acceptable method to remove watermarks from PDF if you only ever expect to need to remove one. After the first time, all the converting to and from PDFs and Word Documents gets very tired very quickly.
Adobe Acrobat is a very good method as well, but if you need to do multiple removals or want to do something other than removing a watermark, you will want something with a little more. And with Apowersoft PDF Editor’s smooth design and intuitive user interface, it’s the most versatile and easy to use option.