A watermark is an image that appears somewhat behind the text on a document page. To create a watermark in Google docs make your document identical, original, etc. Adding watermark in Google docs is not easy as in Microsoft Word document because there is no such direct built-in option available in Google docs.
But there are some simple tricks that you can use for how to add watermark in Google docs. To set custom watermarking, you can use any picture or image as a background image and a text box.
How to add watermark in Google docs
To add a watermark Google docs allow uploading an image or logo which you want to use as a watermark. Go to Insert -> Image -> Upload from computer. You can use other options like Drive, Photos, By URL, Camera from where you can upload the image.
After uploading, select the Wrap Text and adjust the image via drag n drop with the help of a mouse according to the page. Now click the three vertical dots and select the Adjustments.
Through adjustments, set the Transparency of an image from the right-side panel so that the text you write will be visible over the image.
Now add new text box to it via Insert -> Drawing -> New.
Click on icon T (Text box) and draw the text box with the help of a mouse and resize it.
Write your necessary text in the box then Save and Close. Now you have added Google docs Watermark.
How to put watermark in Google docs with SIMPLE WATERMARK
You can use SIMPLE WATERMARK addon to insert watermark in Google docs. Type your required text and customize the font as needed and get a perfect PDF ready to be shared.
How to add watermark in Google docs via Microsoft Word Document
In Google docs you’ll find lots of options to download the document, you can use Microsoft Word to insert watermark behind the text on it. First, you have to download the document from Google docs via File -> Download -> Microsoft Word.
Open the downloaded document, go to Design -> Watermark and choose accordingly
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