PastPerfect Handy Hints – Watermarks on Images

Many of us are too busy in our daily work using PastPerfect, to notice some of the wonderful special features that it brings, that as yet,  we haven’t discovered!

Recently I saw a posting about using Watermarks on PastPerfect Images.  This is useful when posting your collection online, or providing images for external use.

Creating a watermark is fairly intuitive – within a catalogue, once in image management you will notice the selection on the right hand side.  Be warned, once a watermark is applied, it is permanent and cannot be undone.

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Select Watermark

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Create your Museum’s Watermark, grey or white, select the position.

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Similarly, you can add your Accession Number or Catalogue ID onto the photograph.  This is particularly useful if someone returns to the museum with an image given to them in the past, or for use in publications.

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There are likely many different handy hints to be discovered.  Let me me if you have discovered something that may be beneficial to others….