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So we wanted to add our logo to some white papers we received from one of our service providers.

There may be other ways to do this this is one method that I figured out. It works on multiple files so you can add this to a bunch of PDF’s if you need to..



Go To Document > Background > Add/Replace


Select File and then find the logo or image you want to add (**** must be a .JPG file*****)


After that you will get the image in the background and  in the middle of the page >>


Because I want this logo smaller at the top of the document :I scaled to 20% > Vertical Distance 1%

from the top and  Horizontal Distance 6% from the left > ***** IF YOU WANT TO ADD THE IMAGE TO MULTIPLE

DOCUMENTS > Click Apply to Multiple and Select Your Files *****


Now that we have the logo in the document we wanted to add our web address on the right side of the header.

So go to Document > Header & Footer > Add


Since we wanted to put it on the right side I typed it in on the right side (unfortunately I did not figure out how to

have it link to our website)


Then Save Your Document and Your Done ! Congratulations you just added a logo and text to the top of a

PDF Document using Adobe Acrobat Pro!

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About Leon Rainbow

Leon is primary lead for Inforest Communications graphic and Web design services. He has over ten years experience in Web design and development and is proficient working with open­source CMS systems. He holds an associates degree in Computer Graphics from Mercer County Community College. Leon Rainbow is also a well known artist in Mercer County who creatively combines graffiti, street art and other artistic forms into innovative projects and events. He reaches out to wide audience, from galleries to the walls of inner cities. Leon curates two annual art festivals in New Jersey for area painters and the community as well as dedicating his civic duty to teaching after­school art programs in Trenton and Princeton, NJ.