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I would like to know what is the best and user friendly softwear for making water marks.
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There are probably many more WP programs that support making watermarks, but the two most popular are MS Word and iWork Pages.
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Pixelmator is good option. You could also use Aperture.

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I have used Imagewell in the past, a very nice little program indeed. Well featured and small.

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I believe there is an add-on for i-photo as well.

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