After my last Ubiquitous PDF post, I was contacted by the people responsible for another subscription-based store of PDF content. After checking out the site, I was really impressed with the range and sheer volume of content that was available.
The site is called eBooks-Library (as the title of this post indicates), and is well worth a look, in my humble opinion. In the site's own words:
One of the largest eBooks repositories on the Web. Whether you're looking for the world's greatest classical literature, historical documents and photos, or keyboard sheet music, the eBooks-Library has it all. Unlike other eBooks stores on the Web, our standard library with over 1,300 authors and composers, more than 8,500 works, 25,400 sub-titles and 720,000 pages is available on an annual subscription basis - STILL ONLY £30 (approx. $45) for the first year. Simply subscribe, then download what you want, when you want it! No extra payments are necessary. What's more, as a subscriber, you're eligible for an automatic 10% discount off of all our Contemporary Authors works.
OK, so you want to stamp your document. Maybe you need to give reviewers some advice about the document's status or sensitivity. This tip from author Ted Padova demonstrates how to add stamps with the Stamp Tool along with related comments.