My old PC is running XP SP3 and connected to HP OfficeJect 4620 printer. I have to make 50 copies of a document for my classmates. The problem is that I was told to write my name and contact number on each copy, which I think will make me exhausted. Could you recommend me any software that will help me solve this problem?

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    What is the document format of the source file? Can you edit it? – ComFreek Feb 8 '15 at 9:51
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    Some printer drivers allow for placing a watermark. Maybe you could provide your own "watermark" here to match your needs. – Izzy Feb 8 '15 at 12:56
  • Print once, write by hand, make 49 photocopies? – Mawg says reinstate Monica Feb 9 '15 at 10:36
  • Why don't you just add your contact details in the footer of the document? – Ramzy Shah Feb 19 '15 at 10:54

If you are scanning the document then scan to PDF and then use PDF Toolkit free server command line tool to add a stamp with your contact details.

If you already have the document in a word processor format you would be better off just adding a header with the same details.

Then just print out your document.

Alternatively you may be able to add a watermark via your printers settings dialog, (usually on the advanced tab), or for a really basic method - work out how many pages you are talking about and print just your name and contact details near the edge of every page then re-use the paper to print the documents.

For a real out of the box answer just get or make a rubber stamp and use that with an ink pad ...

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