Most people have used Google Docs or Google Drive at some point in their day to day lives. Few people know that Google Docs
can actually be used to remove PDF watermark. It is a fairly simple process.
You can convert the PDF to Microsoft Word format and then open it up in Google Docs. The watermark should then be on a
separate layer from the rest of the document, and you can easily select it and delete it. Then, you change it back into a
Since Google Docs is a freeware and readily available online, this is a relatively convenient solution, though it does
require a fair bit of converting.
Method 2: Remove PDF watermark in Adobe Acrobat
Download a free trial copy of Adobe Acrobat and install it on your computer
Use the program to open the PDF file.
Select 'Remove Watermark' and save the document.
Convert the document into a Microsoft Word file if the above steps do not work. To do this, download the program 'Zamzar'
Open the new Word document in Microsoft Word.
Delete the watermark text that overlaps the main text in the document and save the file as a PDF again.
Convert the PDF file to an image using Zamzar or by using the "print screen" key on your keyboard in Adobe Photoshop.
Open the image in Adobe Photoshop.
Select the watermark with the Magic Wand tool. Press "Delete" to remove it.