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Create a Watermark

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Have you ever wanted to create a watermark in your Word document?

This How-To Article shows you how to create a watermark in Word.

Create a Watermark

1. Insert the image which you would like to use as the watermark. (This can be Clipart or any image.)

2. Right-click the image and select "Format Picture..." from the menu that appears.

3. Click the "Picture" tab.

4. From the "Color:" drop-down menu, select "Watermark".

Important Note: Depending on your version of Word, the "Watermark" selection may not be available on the menu. Instead, select "Washout" or "Grayscale".

5. Click the "Layout" tab.

6. Click "Behind text".

7. Click OK.

8. Now, drag your watermark image to the place where you would like to place it in your document.

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