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A watermark typically identifies or decorates pages, and it can be either text or an image. Examples include the word Confidential stamped on every page or a business logo appearing in the background of every page of the document. Therefore, any object that is not transparent prints over or hides the watermark.
When a user needs to print confidential data, watermarks are a powerful, visual aid that reminds users of the need to properly handle, protect and dispose of printed material. Obvious examples of watermarks include shaded text phrases like Top Secret, Confidential, and Internal Use Only.
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. Select OK.
Click on Page Layout tab. In the ribbon, click on Watermark. A vertical scroll list of six watermarks will appear with a set of menu options below. From the menu options, select Custom Watermark.
Open the document that has the picture that you want to place the watermark on. Go to the Page Layout tab. Select Page Background group. Click on Watermark. Click Custom Watermark. Click Text watermark. A box will open up. Type the text that you want to use as a watermark in the box. Click Insert.
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. Select OK.
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.
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.
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