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How to Watermark on Document using MS WORD 2007

How to Watermark on Document using MS WORD 2007

How to Watermark on Document using MS WORD 2007

A watermark is a faded background image that displays behind the text in a document. When sharing a Microsoft Word Document with others. You can use them to indicate a document’s state (confidential, draft, etc.), add your Company's Logo, Youtube Channel Logo or your Website logo. You can select from a variety of the built-in watermarks in MS Word, or you can create your own text watermark or Image watermark. The watermark will then appear faintly in the background on every page of your document.

How to Watermark:

1. Launch MS word or Open your document with MS Word.

2. Open "Page Layout" or "Design".

3. On that tab, click the “Watermark” button.

4. On the drop-down menu, click any of predifined watermarks to insert it into your document. (Word places the watermark behind the text of your document).

How to Insert a Custom Watermark:

You can also create custom watermarks from text or images.

1. Select the “Custom Watermark” from the “Watermark” drop-down menu.

2. Select the “Text Watermark” option. Type the text you want to use into the “Text” box and then configure the options for language, font, size, color, and orientation the way you want them. Click “APPLY” when you’re done ( Word inserts your custom text watermark behind the text.)

Using Custom Picture Watermarks:

If you want to use a picture or logo as a watermark

1. Select the “Picture Watermark” option and then click the “Select Picture” button.

2. Select an Image from your computer which you want to watermark.

3. Back in the Printed Watermark window, you have a some of options for how your picture appears. The “Scale” is set to automatic by default, but you can change the size of your image if you want. The “Washout” option inserts the image with pale colors the way most watermarks appear. You can disable that option to have the image presented in its full glory. Click “Apply” when you’ve set it up the way you want.

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