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How To Add A Watermark Image In Pages: What You Should Know

How to add watermark in Pages for iPad · Tap the share icon in the bottom right-hand corner of the document and select Add to PDF or Create from PDF. · Tap Add. How to add watermark in Pages in iPhone and iPad How to add a watermark in Pages on Mac How to add a watermark in Pages in iPhone and iPad How to Make your Pages documents look professional How to make your Pages documents look professional is an important step toward looking professional in your PDF document. There are many products and plugins you can use to improve your Pages files. You can use some of these features to make your files look professional by adding a custom watermark, or background objects to your PDFs that will stand out when scanned, copied or formatted. This may be useful when you are submitting your work to magazines, newspapers, newspapers, magazine publishers and newspapers, book publishers, websites, or websites such as those in the newsroom, corporate headquarters, and conference room. This article will focus on PDF documents created using the Pages for Mac or iPhone version. There are plugins available for Windows and Mac as well, but these are only meant for specific purposes and should not be used on your personal documents. 1. Add a Custom Watermark on top of the text In the Mac version of the app, tap the Add a watermark button after adding any text or shapes to the page for the first time. In the iPad version there is no option to add a watermark. How to add a watermark onto of the text in both versions of the app (The iPhone/iPad Version) This tutorial shows how to add a watermark to the middle of the text on the Page or section you are editing, in the same way of making a “watermark.” You can use this tutorial to add watermarks on your PDF documents created using the Pages for Mac or iPhone or iPad version. How to add a watermark onto of the text in the iOS app (The iPhone/iPad Version) The same tutorial applies to pages in the iPad app, however, it's not very common.