Watermarking in Microsoft Word 2010 is an incredibly useful feature for communicating the nature and constraints of a document. The most common examples are to indelibly mark a document as confidential, private or draft. As Word 2010 also allows you to use pictures as a watermark, you can use a company logo or signature picture to help readers know the originator and owner of a document. Here's how to place a watermark on every page in a document.
Once you have opened your document:-
The standard textual watermarks provided by Microsoft Word 2010 are good for the majority of occasions. However, you may wish to use the watermark for other purposes such as to brand every page using special text, with an emblem, or company logo picture. Microsoft Word 2010, enables you to insert customised texts and pictures for watermarks. Here's how:
Tip: Avoid using a dark colour with no transparency as it will cause readability problems as shown in our comparison.
Watermarks are a useful feature in Word, especially when letting readers know whether a document is purely a draft document and so will need editing, or whether the document is confidential and the information not to be disclosed.