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Occasional Visitor

Hi,

     Can anyone please tell me how to add multiple watermarks on a single document? I am trying to sort this since morning I've tried through all the resources including Google, Youtube that I think might help but I think it's next to impossible. Can anyone answer if its possible in any way?

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@adasheikh22 

 

Word's Watermark facility isn't clever enough to create several different watermarks in one document. Instead, you will have to manually anchor text boxes and/or graphics to the header paragraph and position them where you want them. You can modify the Transparency setting to make your custom watermark look "washed out." For more, see http://wordfaqs.ssbarnhill.com/AnchorToHeader.htm.