Add watermark to entire document in Pages on Mac • Add a section layout: drag the text box, shape, or image to a section in the document, then right-click the section in the Watermark Options and select Add watermark on individual pages in Word on Mac 2. Right-click the section layout object, and click Add Watermark to Whole Document. (see figure 3). 3. Right-click on a blank space in the section and click Edit Watermark. 4. Click Save Watermark to Watermark Gallery. 5. Right-click an image to add a watermark: if your image has a watermark, go to the Watermark Options, in the Watermark Gallery section, select the Watermark tab, click Save to Watermark Gallery How to add a watermark in Microsoft Office 1. Go to any page, click the watermark to insert it into the page content. The page content and the watermark appear automatically without the page being turned transparent. 2. Select “Text to a Watermark” to add text in .RTF format to your page. 3. Click the save button to send the watermark to the cloud. Once it has been saved, you can use the watermark in any application. Note: The text in the .RTF file is not protected. You can add any text or image from your Word. 4. You can see the watermark content, in a separate view, or at any time, through the “View with Background”. Furthermore, you can even change its size, font, outline. 5. Add a watermark to a page or section of your Word document by just dragging its image. 6. Add the watermark directly within a section from within Word, by dragging the image in the Watermark options. How to Add a Watermark on Specific Pages in Microsoft Word for Mac by ErvIn Born 1. Open the page of your choice and click watermark or text watermark icon 2. Click on the dropdown menu to select the appropriate page from the table. 3. 4. 5. Click on the watermark that you want to place. When the watermark is selected, the watermark appears next to the paragraph, as does its Page title bar or any other watermark content.