Creating watermarks in Microsoft Word 2010
When you are giving out documents that you don’t to be copied, what are the options available for you? What would you do to tell people that this document is actually yours? Watermarks are the answer for you. Did you know that you can create your own watermarks in Microsoft Word 2010? Yes, by creating your own watermarks on Microsoft Word 2010.
You can use text as your watermark or even pictures (company logo) if you want to, there’s nothing that stops you. Now let us see how you can create your own watermarks on Word 2010. Open Microsoft Word 2010 and click on the ‘Page Layout’ tab. On that tab, you would see the option of ‘Watermark’. Select that option. Once you select ‘Watermark’ a dropdown would appear on your screen which has different layouts of the watermarks.
On the bottom of the menu, there’s an option called ‘Custom Watermark’, select that. A window shows up on the screen where you have to select which kind of watermark you would be using. Select the text option and then type the text there in the same window and the select the font, size, color and layout and click apply to get the watermark on your documents.