How to Create a Watermark in Google Docs

How to Create a Watermark in Google Docs

A watermark is used to inform others that, for example, a document is a draft, that it contains confidential information, or that the document should not be copied. Google Docs allows us to create a watermark and for this, we can use an image or text.

Watch our video tutorial where we show you how to create a watermark in Google Docs, using Windows 10 and Mozilla Firefox.

Video Transcript:

  1. How to Create a Watermark in Google Docs
  2. Place the cursor where you want to add the watermark
  3. Click on Insert
  4. Click on Watermark
  5. You can add an image for the watermark by clicking on Select Image
  6. If you want to add text, click on Text and in the Insert Text field write the text that will serve as the watermark
  7. If you want the watermark to be horizontal, click on Horizontal
  8. Click on Done


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