Working with watermarks

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Watermarks are text or pictures that appear on the background of a document, typically on every page. You can use watermarks for a number of things, such as identification or branding (like a company logo), for security or legal purposes, or simply as a design or decorative element.

Inside this course:

Working with watermarks (2:40)
Watermarks are text or pictures that appear on the background of a document, typically on every page. It's easy to add one in Word. On the Design tab, click Watermark, and select one from the gallery.

More things you can do with pictures (3:13)
It's useful to be able to quickly add a text watermark. But being able to add pictures and other objects opens up many more possibilities.

Add a logo or other picture (4:46)
If you want to have complete flexibility to customize watermark pictures, you can go to the next level and bypass the Watermark gallery altogether. Watch this video to learn how.

Course summary
A brief reminder of the key points in this course.

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Applies To: Word 2013



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