We supply most of our electronic documents to customers in pdf format. We also have been using watermarking documents as DRAFT during the write and rewrite process. As we print word docs to pdf, the document becomes much larger (5 to 6 times bigger) as Adobe converts the DRAFT mark to a graphic on each page. It can make it difficult for customers to print.Using Adobe Acrobat Professional there is a feature that also allows you to create a watermark. If you use Acrobat to create the watermark, the final file size is much smaller (less that half the size. You find the watermark feature in Acrobat under Document in the Title menu. There are several options. You can input any text in the provided source box, click on “Fit to Page” and select color, transparency, etc. Also, you can choose if you want the water mark to display on the screen, only when printed or both.