Stamping Documents

One way Part3 brings speed to construction documentation is through its ability to digitally 'print' stamps and seals directly onto images and cover pages. this document will walk you through setting up your stamps and seals and applying them to documents.

Stamps, Seals, and Security in Part3: To apply a stamp or seal in Part3 you must be an authenticated user. The moment a stamp or seal is applied, the event is logged in the document history for all to see. Furthermore, once a document has been returned or issued, it is uneditable, meaning you will always have the original copy saved, minimizing the risk of inappropriate use.

i. Watch a Video

Here is a short, 2-Minute video on the release of stamps and seals in Part3:

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1. Managing your stamps

First, you need to upload your stamps and seals into Part3:

1.1
Open the Settings menu under your Profile:
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Upload your stamps as image files (acceptable formats include; PDF .jpeg and .PNG):
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Tip: Keep a few options for your submittal stamp that work in different scenarios. in this example, we've included a narrow stamp as well as a wide stamp.

2. Stamp a Cover Page

With your images uploaded you are ready to apply them to construction documents.

2.1
While working on an open document, click Stamp on the right-hand side of the cover page building block:
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2.2
Select the stamp or seal you wish to apply to your cover page and Part3 will digitally print it directly onto the cover:

Note: Each cover page is designed to apply to seal to a specific location that cannot be modified.

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3. Stamp an Image or Drawing

Stamping an image or drawing is similar to stamping a cover page, with the added flexibility of manipulating the size and location of the stamp.

3.1
While working on an open document, click Stamp on the bottom right-hand side of the drawing building block:
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3.2
Select the stamp you wish to apply, then simply drag and drop, and resize the image to fit the location of your choosing.

As always, if you have any questions or see an issue with this document, please contact us at support@part3.ca

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