Figure 6, Watermark Options · The following window will appear. How to create watermarks in Microsoft Word — The Tutorial To insert a watermark in Word — Microsoft Tutorial Step 3 − Under the Watermark Options window you will now find a box with several options. Scroll down to the Edit Watermark box and check that Watermark and Font Size are checked. Figure 7, Text size and watermark options For font (if you would like to select a custom color), check the font button. You may click on the Text size in the main window or use the text tool to set a new size in pixels. How to add watermark. Note: To remove or make adjustments to the watermark, you can right-click on the watermark object and select Delete or Undo on the context menu When you set a watermark in the Design tab, you will see a watermark object in the Design menu. It's located on the right side of the design window (on the top). Using a watermark, you can create a clear text Figure 8, Clear text watermark image For a clear watermark, you can use an image instead of the watermark text. If you choose to use a watermark image, you can also use one of the two watermark color choices. To insert watermark image When you are done, press the Insert Watermark button on the design window, or on the Insert Objects button to the left of the design window. An Image object will appear with the watermark object. As long as you've finished making your design, click the watermark and select Insert at line. A Clear Watermark button will appear as well. Once you have an image watermark, you can use this object to create a clear text watermark Figure 9, Clear text watermark Click on the Clear Watermark button to insert a clear text watermark; then Figure 10, Clear watermark created with image; you can save it to a file using the Save as.... The watermark will appear with its watermark colors and size. How to add watermark image When you have decided to use an image watermark, you can find that image watermark in the Image section on the left part of the design window.