When you are working on a document draft or a document belonging to a particular company, you can add a watermark to specify the document’s owner or its value. You can also add a watermark with your name on it to protect your intellectual property if you are working on a book or on a research project. Read this article to find out how to add a watermark to the whole document or even just some specific pages in Microsoft Office Word.
Open your document in Microsoft Word and click on Design, then select Watermark. Finally, you can choose a watermark from a list of watermark templates, such as DRAFT, CONFIDENTIAL, SAMPLE or others and insert it by clicking on OK.
If you’d like to add a custom watermark, go to Design > Watermark</bold, scroll down to <bold>Custom Watermark and then select whether you want to add a Picture Watermark (for example, your company’s logo) or Text Watermark (e.g. your credentials) and click OK.
If you’d like to add a watermark to a specific page in your Microsoft Word document, follow these steps:
1. Open your document and go to the page where you’d like to add a watermark.
2. Click on Design > Watermark.
3. Right-click on the watermark of your choice and select Insert at Current Document Position and the watermark will appear only on this page.