Add a "Draft" watermark to your document in Word 2016 for Mac

Word comes with several common watermarks, including Draft, so you can let others know the status of your document. When you add a watermark, it'll appear on every page except a designated title page.

  1. Click Design > Watermark.

    The Watermark option is highlighted on the Design tab.

  2. In the Insert Watermark box, select Text and then click Draft.

    In the Insert Watermark box, click Text

    Customize your watermark by changing the font, layout, size, colors, and orientation in the Insert Watermark box.

    Example of a page with a watermark

Tip: If you don’t see the watermark, click View > Print Layout. This view also shows what the printed watermark will look like.

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