Office 2010 - Word Intermediate - Watermarks

Office 2010 - Word Intermediate - Watermarks

Updated Nov 07, 2018

Learning Objectives

  • Create Watermarks
  • Position a Watermark
  • Soften a Watermark
  • View a Watermark

Course Overview

  • In this course you have learnt, how to insert a watermark into a document. A watermark is a faint image that is automatically added to the background on every page.
  • It sits behind the text and can be added to business letters, menus, catalogues, brochures, and many other document types.
  • You can use clip-art, AutoShapes, drawing objects or text as a watermark. Company or club logos for example, can be used as watermarks on invitations or newsletters.
  • The Watermark button is located in the Page Background group on the Page Layout tab and allows you to select the type of watermark that you want to create.
  • The selected picture is displayed on the page with handles that allow it to be re-sized and placed on the page.
  • When you add a watermark, Word automatically softens the appearance of the graphic and places it behind the text.