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A watermark is a faded background image that displays behind the text in a document. You can use them to indicate a document's state (confidential, draft, etc.), add a subtle company logo, or even for a bit of artistic flair.
On the Design tab, select Watermark. In the Insert Watermark dialog, select Text and either type your own watermark text or select one, like DRAFT, from the list. Then, customize the watermark by setting the font, layout, size, colors, and orientation. ... Select OK.
A watermark is a faded background image that displays behind the text in a document. ... In the Page Background group on that tab, click the Watermark button. On the drop-down menu, click any of the built-in watermarks to insert it into your document. Word places the watermark behind the text.
Go to the Page Layout tab. Click the Watermark button in the Page Background group. Select Custom Watermark (at the bottom of the shortcut menu). Select the Text watermark option. Change the Text field to DRAFT. Click OK.
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Watermark. A watermark is a logo, text, or pattern that is intentionally superimposed onto another image. Its purpose is to make it more difficult for the original image to be copied or used without permission. ... Pictured at right is an example of a watermark applied to a digital image.
Reasons to Watermark They take pride in their hard work, and do not want their images reproduced/stolen, and posted on other websites without their consent. They feel that a watermark will allow viewers to more easily find and quickly identify their photos and brand as images get shared around the Web.
Watermarks DO NOT Protect You From Piracy In no way, shape or form, does a simple watermark protect you. The only exception to this is a full image watermark, the kind that stock photography companies use to protect images. These are impossible to remove completely.
Generally, a watermark should: Large, colored watermarks, detract from the image as they can compete with the subject too much. Be placed in a descreet area of the image that does not interfere with the view of the image, but will make it more difficult to remove or clone out. Have limited text.
With a digital photo, a watermark is a faint logo or word(s) superimposed over the top of the photo. The idea of placing a watermark on your photos is to prevent others from trying to copy and use the photo without permission.
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