Are you worried about sharing confidential documents? Whether it’s a secret recipe or important company information, adding a watermark is an easy way to make sure your content stays safe. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to insert a watermark in Microsoft Word and customize it to suit your needs.
To begin, open your Microsoft Word document. Click on the “Design” option on the top ribbon. On the right-hand side, you’ll see an option for “Watermark.” Here, you can choose from preset categories such as confidential, disclaimers, and urgent. Select the option that suits your needs and the watermark will automatically be inserted into your document.
If you want to customize the watermark, click on “Customize Watermark” at the bottom of the preset options. Here, you can choose a language and type in your own text to customize the watermark. You can also set the font, size, and color of your watermark. If you find your watermark is interfering with the text, you can set it to be semi-transparent or wash it out a little more.
If you want to use a picture watermark, select “Picture Watermark” and choose a file on your PC. You can adjust the scale and washout options to make the image fit better and be less intrusive.
To remove a watermark, simply click on “No Watermark” in the watermark dialog. You can also remove the watermark by going back up to “Design,” “Watermark,” and selecting “Remove Watermark.”
Adding a watermark is an easy way to keep your confidential documents safe. With these simple steps, you can customize your watermark to suit your needs and keep your content secure.