2 Ways to Easily Make a Watermark in Word (In the Form of an Image or Text)!

2 Ways to Easily Make a Watermark in Word (In the Form of an Image or Text)!

Geekers - If you are a computer user, especially a computer with the Microsoft Windows operating system, then of course you will know or even be familiar with one of Microsoft's suite of applications, namely Microsoft Office.


Among other application applications, Microsoft Word is one of the most widely used. This document file creation program does have so many functions and features, it is this richness of features that makes it widely used by users from all walks of life. One way is to make a report or document which is the specialty of this program.



But living in a technology-laden world like this, the potential for theft also occurs on many occasions and in various media. Not only losing financial data, sometimes thieves also target documents that you have previously published on the internet. This theft is then better known as plagiarism. To avoid this kind of crime of plagiarism, you may be able to take some precautions. One way is to add a watermark in every document you create.


Fortunately, Microsoft through Microsoft Word also understands the importance of this. This is proven by the Watermark feature that you can embed in your Word document files. In the following, we will explain several ways to easily create a watermark in Word.


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How to Make a Watermark in Word (In the Form of an Image)


1. First of all you can open the Microsoft Word application on your computer.


2. Then select Ribbon Design > Watermark. There you will see several watermark options that you can use. But because you want to add an image as a watermark, then select Custom Watermark.


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3. Next you will be directed to a window called Printed Watermark. Click Picture Watermark, then click the Select Picture button to select the image you want to display as a watermark.


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4. After clicking Select Picture, you will be directed to another window. In this window you will be asked to choose where the source of your watermark image is. If the image is on the computer, then click From a file.


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5. Select the image you want to make a watermark, then click Insert.


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6. You will then be redirected back to the Printed Watermark window. Here you can adjust the scale of the image you want to display. Please click OK when finished selecting the image scale.


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7. You will be able to see the image you selected earlier as a transparent watermark.



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8. If you don't want transparent results, you can unclick Washout before clicking OK.


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9. The following is the result of the watermark that was not washed out. The image will appear sharper.


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How to Make a Watermark in Word (In the Form of Text)


1. First of all, please open the Microsoft Word application on your computer.


2. Please select the Design ribbon, then navigate to the Watermark symbol. To make the watermark you want, please click Custom Watermark.


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3. Next, a printed watermark box or window will appear. Please select Text Watermark. You can enter what text you want to appear on your document sheet. You can also set various things from the font type, size to shape and color. When finished dressing the watermark text, then click OK.


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4. Approximately like this is the result.


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5. But if you want to emphasize the color of your watermark, please go back to the Ribbon Design > Watermark > Custom Watermark. In the Printed Watermark window, please uncheck the Semitransparent text then click OK.


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6. Your watermark text will look sharper as below.


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Those are some steps and tips on how to easily create a watermark in Word. Hopefully this article can be of use to you.

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