Adding a watermark to your media files is a good way to protect your pictures from usage without your permissions. We already know how to add watermark in images, via adobe Photoshop and using other online image tools. But there is no core feature to add Watermark in the documents files like Docs, excel files. But there is a way to insert a Watermark using Google Docs
Regrettably, Google Docs doesn’t yet have an inbuilt feature to do so. But, there’s a way which you may use it as an alternate. Inside this manual, a very simple trick could assist you easily insert a Watermark into Google Docs. Let start the article.
How to Create Watermark in Google Docs
Google Docs does not have in-build to add a watermark for your Docs. In this case, you’ll need to produce a background picture using the watermark text and then put in a translucent layer above it. Follow the below guide to learn it in details.
- First Open a blank document on Google Docs
- Once you opened the document Go to the toolbar ⇨ and select the Insert ⇨ Drawing ⇨ New
- On the drawing box, you can add a transparent text or transparent png image.
- For adding text select small “T” box and move your mouse cursor to the Drawing box and click on the middle, type your brand name in the text box.
- To customize the text, re-sizing and set colour press more button, I selected the grey colour for the text which has a much lighter.
- You can also rotate the text box To do it, all you need to click and drag the rotation handle that is available at the top of the text box.
- Once you have created the Watermark click Save and Close button.
- Download the png file by going to ⇨ Action ⇨ Download png image and save it to your computer.
Add Watermark in Google Docs Files
To insert the watermark in old doc or newly created doc file just open the doc file go to the Insert tab ⇨ Headers & footers then add the png watermark image file in the footer.
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