Using watermarks, page borders, and colors


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Using watermarks, page borders, and colors

There are three types of Page Backgrounds in Microsoft Word 2010: Watermarks, Page Borders and Page Colors. Let's see how and when to apply backgrounds to the pages of your document. Watermarks are actually a type of building block, but they appear here, rather than on the Insert menu. You'll know they're a building block because when I open the gallery, at the bottom, there's a choice: Save Selection to Watermark Gallery. There are four built-in Watermarks.

And then you can create your own Custom Watermark, if you wish. So if you simply wanted your document to say Confidential, I can choose Confidential. And you'll notice here that I have a Watermark. Because I'm in a section, it actually appears in the background of this section. If I return to Watermark, open the Gallery and choose Custom Watermark, I have some choices about what's happening with the Watermark here in my document. First, to remove the Watermark, I can choose No watermark and Apply to remove i...

Using watermarks, page borders, and colors
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Using watermarks, page borders, and colors provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Word 2010 Essential Training

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Business Education + Elearning
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