Hello friends, you know very well about the Microsoft Word . MS Word is a powerful word processing application software which can be used to provide error free document from spelling and grammatical errors and also provide different facilities.
Today we talk about a one of the most important facility which is known as “ Watermark ”. Watermark is a text or any image that is shown by default on all pages in the active document behind the text. This option gives a different look of your document. You can set, edit, delete, view or print any required text or image watermark in the active document. You can see this watermark either in full screen reading view or print layout view. You can easily set Watermark in active document after reading this article.
How to set Watermark in MS Word 2013:
If you want to set your company name or logo behind the text of active document which give different look then you have to take following steps which is given below:
Step 1: Create a new document or open an existing document in which you want to set watermark.
Step 2: Click on the Design tab > Click on the “Watermark” option > either you have to click on any preformatted watermark or click on the Custom Watermark option > If you want to set any picture or logo for watermark then select picture watermark option and select any required picture.
If you want to set any required text as a watermark then select Text watermark option and type any required text in text box, you can set font, size, colour and layout of watermark also in Printed Watermark dialogue box.
How to remove watermark from active document in MS Word 2013:
If you want to remove watermark from active document then you have to take following given steps:
Step 1: Open an existing document from which you want to remove watermark.
Step 2: Click on the Design tab > Click on the “Watermark” option > Click “Remove Watermark” option.
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