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Subject: Add Watermark to anExcel Document
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aks700 19.05.12 - 01:39pm
Unfortunately, the printed
watermark feature is not
available on any version of
Excel (including Excel 2007,
2010). However, there are
some workaround methods to
add text or images into an
Excel document that would
result something similar to a
watermark.
The followings are examples
of Excel Documents with text
and image watermark:
Step-by-step to add a
watermark to an Excel
document (applied for
Microsoft Word 97-2010):
A. TEXT WATERMARK:
The trick is to place a
WordArt on the background
of the Excel sheet.
Microsoft Excel
97/2000/XP (2002)
/2003:
1. Open the Excel
document that you
want to add
watermark to.
2. Select Insert from
the top menu, then
select Picture
WordArt....
3. In the WordArt
Gallery dialog, select
a WordArt style that
you like then click
OK.
4. In the Edit
WordArt Text
dialog, type in your
desired text, select
the font style and size,
then click OK.
5. Right-click on the
newly inserted
WordArt on the Excel
document, then select
Format
WordArt....
6. In the Format
WordArt... dialog,
select No fill for
Fill/Color.
Also select a brighter
color (i.e. gray) for
Line/Color then
click OK.
7. Right-click on the
WordArt on the Excel
document, then select
Order. Send to
Back.
8. Click and drag the
WordArt to position it
where you like.
Note: The WordArt
needs to be manually
placed on each page of
the document.
Microsoft Excel
2007/2010:
1. Open the Excel
document that you
want to add
watermark to.
2. Select the Insert
tab from the top menu,
then in the group
Text, select
WordArt.
3. Select the WordArt
style you want, then
type the text for your
watermark.
4. Under Drawing
Tools, select
Format.
5. In the group
WordArt Styles
change Text Fill to
No fill.
6. Also in the same group
WordArt Styles,
change Text
Outline to
Automatic.
7. In the group
Arrange select
Send to Back.
8. Click and drag the
WordArt to your
preferred position.
Note: The WordArt
needs to be manually
placed on each page of
the document.
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aks700 19.05.12 - 01:41pm
B. IMAGE WATERMARK:
To insert an image
watermark, use the header
feature in Excel as follows...
Microsoft Excel
97/2000/XP (2002)
/2003:
1. Open the Excel
document that you
want to add
watermark to.
2. Select View from
the top menu, then
select Header and
Footer.
3. In the Page Setup
dialog, click on the
Custom Header...
button in the middle of
the dialog.
4. In the Header
dialog, click on the
middle box Center
section
5. In the middle of this
dialog box, there are
some tool b*ttons.
We're going to use the
last two b*ttons to
insert and format the
image.
6. Click on the Insert
Picture b*tton (the
second-to-last b*tton
with an image of a
mountain)
7. Navigate to the folder
where your watermark
image is located. Select
the image and click
Insert.
8. A text &[Picture]
is now placed in the
middle box named
Center section.
9. Click on the Format
Picture b*tton (the
last, right-most
button).
10. Adjust the scale and
size if you wish, then
select the Picture
tab. Change the
Color under
Image Control to
Washout, then click
OK.
11. At this point, you can
click OK to finish,
and do a Print
Preview to see
your watermark.
However, you will
notice that the image
is placed far on the
top of the page, which
doesn't look usual for
watermarks. To fix
this, click on the middle
box named Center
section again and
enter a few blank lines
before the text &
[Picture].
12. Once you're all done,
click OK to exit and
open Print
Preview to see
your watermark. (The
watermark will not be
displayed in normal
view.)
Microsoft Excel
2007/2010:
1. Open the Excel
document that you
want to add
watermark to.
2. Select the Insert
tab from the top menu,
then in the group
Text, select
Header & Footer.
3. Excel will now switch to
Page Layout view,
and the cursor will be
moved to the center
top of the page.
4. On the Design Tab,
in the group Header
& Footer
elements Select
Picture.
5. Navigate to the folder
where your watermark
image is located. Select
the image and click
Insert.
6. A text &[Picture]
is now placed in the
middle box of the
header.
7. To move the picture
down on the page, click
on the header and
place the cursor
before the text &
[Picture], then hit
Enter a few times.
8. To see the watermark,
either open the
Print Preview or
click on any cell of the
document.
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