How to use a text box or WordArt as a watermark in PowerPoint 2010
In this article I have described about the way to use a text box or WordArt as a watermark in PowerPoint 2010.
WordArt in PowerPoint 2010
- WordArt is a Text object that we create with ready-made effects to which we can apply additional formatting options.
- While Watermark is semi-transparent image often used for letters and business cards.
- Watermarks are flexible because we can change their sizes and their positions on a slide.
- We can use text or WordArt as a watermark to indicate that our presentation is a draft or confidential.
Use a text box or WordArt as a Watermark
First of all click the slide that you want to add a text box or WordArt watermark to.
NOTE - To add a watermark to all of the slides in a blank presentation on the View tab in the Master Views group click Slide Master.
Then on the Insert tab in the Text group do one of the following
- To use a text box click Text Box and then drag to draw the text box the size that you want.
- If you want to use WordArt then click WordArt.
Then enter text in the text box or WordArt that you want to appear in the watermark.
If you want to reposition the watermark click the text box or WordArt and then when the pointer becomes a Four-headed arrow drag the text box or WordArt to a new location.
Finally under Drawing Tools on the Format tab in the Arrange group click the arrow next to Send Backward and then click Send to Back.
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