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Water Mark In Ms Word: What You Should Know

Confidential watermark. A watermark that appears only as your name and date. A watermark with your name, title and signature (but not your logo). A watermark with only the text CONFIDENTIAL. A watermark with only the text DO NOT COPY. Do not copy. In Word, we recommend using a watermark that has a white border and a white text or icon that is one color. You can also choose another option to copy the text with that watermark as well. We have done that in a previous blog post about watermarking your documents. To see the other options available with a watermark, read the Watermarking Basics on Microsoft Word. Using watermark in Office Mar 22, 2024 — In the Ribbon tab, in the Watermark group, click Watermark. Under The Watermark options, click the Custom options button. Click Add Custom Watermark: Under What you want a custom watermark with: Choose a logo or icon image. Under Choose a watermark image in your document: Click the Select image menu on the right-hand side of the Watermark list. Locate the image you want to use. Click the Save the selected image to the document? Button. Click the Continue button to select the new watermark image. Create a custom watermark— Microsoft Support Using a watermark — Microsoft Support In an Office document, right-click, click Options, click Watermarking Options. Click Add custom watermark (or edit existing watermark). Click Browse: Click your image. Click Choose, then browse to a location on your computer or network on which you want your watermark image to appear. Click OK to save the choices. Adding a watermark to an Office document— Microsoft Support If you haven't already, save your document by right-clicking the Save button on your document and selecting Save As: Then navigate to the location of this file, select the desired text watermark option under The Watermark options, then save the file. To save the watermark image, in the Save dialog box, click the drop-down menu that says Select Image, and select the image you saved earlier or the existing watermark option on the watermark options dialog. A new watermark image will be displayed in the Save dialog box. Insert a watermark— Microsoft Support In Word, in the ribbon, click Insert (not Edit).

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