Step 2. Click add watermark… from the Ribbon. The add a watermark page shows up on the page. Step 3. To insert a picture watermark, select a picture and then, click insert picture watermark‥. How to Remove the Watermark in Microsoft Word? 15 Mar 2023 — Please read carefully, when you see a watermark on a document, it's a fact: the watermark has started to move towards the top. As long as there is no change in the document text, it will stay there. This is especially handy when you are sending a document to someone, and you don't want them see any marks on the document text, because you could be giving away details or secret codes. To remove a watermark — You need to have the watermark set to ‹Move to top‹, by choosing ‹Watermark Settings‹ and ‹Watermark Settings ‹ ‹Turn watermark moving to top‹. Step 1. Use word settings‹ on the ribbon on the Document‹ to see the Watermark Settings option: On the left side of the Document‹ ribbon, under the Title‹ area, you have three options: ‹Move Watermark to Top‹ This option is set to ‹Turn off‹, and it keeps the Watermark from moving to the top. By selecting this option, the watermark will not move to the top when a new page opens, and it will also not move on to the next page. 2. Click on either ‹Mark as read› or ‹Mark as change on the Document‹ ribbon to turn off the watermark: How to Remove a Watermark from Microsoft Word? 25 Jan 2023 — Microsoft Word 2023 and 2023 have a Watermark setting to remove the watermark (if enabled for your document) — Click on it. On the left side of the Watermark Settings‹ drop-down menu, click on ‹Mark as read›. On the right side of the Watermark Settings‹ drop-down menu, click on ‹Mark as change›. Then click ‐Delete‥. If you have a Watermark that's keeping an article out of Google and elsewhere in Google, read more about watermarks.