Is there a way to manually use aspose.word to watermark a word document? We (univ. of utah IRB), as well as 24 other IRB centers at other universities, are using an application (webridge) that is using aspose.word to water mark word documents. To my knowledge, each of these centers has purchased aspose.word licenses at approx. $2K ea.
The program is not working and many of the end users are getting very irate. I don't know if it is aspose.word or the webridge product but I'm having difficulty getting some vendor support.
It has fallen upon me to find and fix the problem. I believe that it is less then a year since we purchased the license, so we should still be eligible for upgrades.
The webridge app vendor has a script that integrates aspose.word into their product. The problem is that the script was designed to work with aspose.word 2.2.8. I have not been able to find out if it will work to install the latest version of aspose.word.
On the aspose side, in order to get support I've been asked to install the latest version of aspose.word. catch-22!
My question, is there a way to manually use aspose to insert a watermark into a word document so that we can verify that the watermarking problem is not an aspose.word issue? I think that you would want to keep 25 license buying centers in your customer base.
Thank you in advance.