When running in demo version, a watermark will be added to documents upon saving them.
To run in full production mode, PDF Studio needs to be activated with the license key that was emailed to you after your purchase.
Once you receive the license key, launch PDF Studio, and a dialog will show up where you can click on the Activate button.
If PDF Studio is already launched, the activate button is also accessible from the top menu, under Help > License Information.
If your computer is offline, put it online temporarily to activate the software. If the computer can not be put online, contact PDF Studio Customer Support for help.
If you have saved documents while PDF Studio was running in demo mode you can remove the demo watermarks once PDF Studio has been activated. To do so go to Help > License Information and use the options to remove the watermarks.
Current Document - Click this button to remove the PDF Studio Demo watermark from the currently opened document
Batch - Click this button to start a batch process to remove the PDF Studio Demo watermarks from multiple documents. See Selecting Batch Files for instructions on using the batch dialog.
Uninstalling PDF Studio from a computer does not automatically deactivate it.
If you are moving computers, first deactivate PDF Studio from your old computer before activating it on your new computer.
If you have reached the maximum number of activations allowed on your license, you need to first deactivate PDF Studio on a computer you no longer use before activating it on another computer.
To deactivate, go to Help > License Information and click on the “Unregister” button.
If your computer is offline, put it online temporarily to deactivate the software. If the computer can not be put online, contact PDF Studio Customer Support for help.