Using Watermarks


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Using Watermarks

If you've ever seen a document that had something faded into the background of every page such as an image or text like the word Copy or Confidential, you know what a watermark is. Originally a watermark was part of the actual paper you typed on and if you held it up to the light, you might see the text or image better. Nowadays you put it into your document on screen and it prints with the rest of your document. So let's put a watermark in an existing document. We'll open that up by going to the Office button and then Open.

Navigate to the Lesson 6 folder and we'll select a job posting 11 and we'll open that one. So a very plain document right now and we're going to put a watermark into this page. Now you can actually do two different kinds of watermarks, but I'll show you some of the presets first. First thing we need to do is go to the Page Layout tab, because that's where we find the Page Background group, and there's Watermark right there. So when...

Using Watermarks
Video duration: 5m 3s 7h 7m Beginner

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Using Watermarks provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Word 2007 Essential Training

Subjects:
Business Education + Elearning
Software:
Word
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