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How To Add Picture Watermark In Word To Only One Page: What You Should Know

When you see “hidden text,” the most popular solution is to use Invisible Text Effect (it's called invisible text, not invisible). If you want the text to stay visible and bold in different fonts, you can achieve this just with Word's Fonts panel! To make this possible, you must create separate .TTF or .WORD format files for each section of the text you want to be hidden. In the Fonts panel, expand the fonts column, and click the fonts ‗ button. The Fonts dialog box appears with available Fonts on the left and available fonts on the right. Right-click on the font you want to use and select Edit Font to open the Fonts panel. Right click and choose Import import a New Font from fonts. In the dialog box that appears, choose the Font folder for the .TTF or .WORD file that you made a copy of (make sure it's the same folder where you found a font for your particular section). In some cases, such as a web page in Word's own text style, you may want to use a font from a different style. For example, if you want to use a font for your web page in a style that Microsoft Word uses, then you will need to create a separate .MDF file for that font. In the Fonts panel, expand the fonts column, and click the fonts ‗ button. The Fonts dialog box appears with available Fonts on the left and available fonts on the right. Right-click on the font you want to use and select Edit Font to open the Fonts panel. Right click and choose Import import a New Font from fonts. The Fonts dialog box appears with available Fonts on the left and available fonts on the right. In some cases, such as a web page in Microsoft Word, you may want to use a font from a different style. For example, if you want to use a font for a web page in a style that Microsoft Word uses, you will need to create a separate.