howtogeek at April 15th, 2013 10:27 — #1
Originally published at: http://www.howtogeek.com/147552/how-to-add-a-watermark-to-a-document-in-word-2013/
A watermark is a faded, background image that displays behind the text in a document. It can be used to indicate a document’s status (confidential, draft, etc.) or to add a company logo. We’ll show you how to add watermarks to documents in Word 2013.
andreszm08 at April 16th, 2013 04:35 — #2
Is there any way to only introduce the watermark in blank pages? Such as: "Intentionally left blank" text.
dpb at April 16th, 2013 10:18 — #3
In MS Word versions prior to 2013, the link to Watermark is under "PageLayout". To watermark blank pages in MS Word 2010, open FILE-New and in Watermark, click on Custom Watermark. Enter your text or image and SAVE.
andreszm08 at April 16th, 2013 13:35 — #4
What i meant is if it is possible to have watermarks only in automatically inserted blank pages in between sections. I use Word 2010.
geek at July 11th, 2014 14:26 — #5
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