How To Add Watermark In Microsoft Word 2010

You can add Watermark to mark your document as private, confidential, or write any text/picture which informs about the usage & credibility of the documents when printed. To apply watermark to your documents follow the simple steps below:

Step 1: Open Microsoft Word 2007 or 2010 program on your computer
Step 2: Click on the page layout ribbon & click on Watermark

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Now from Watermark option, select an appropriate watermark to apply it over (for this example I have chosen DO NOT COPY 1)

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Here you can see the watermark on the document

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How To Password Protect Word 2010 Document (Option 2)

In my last post I explained how to protect Microsoft Word 2010 document using in build password protection option.

How to Password Protect Word 2010 Document (Option 1).

Here is another way you can achieve the same thing in a different way. This way you can not only stop anyone from opening the document by restricting it with a password but also set a password protection so that the document can not be edited.

Step 1: Open Word 2010 document and click Save As.

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How To Password Protect Word 2010 Document (Option 1)

Do you have some confidential information in your Microsoft Word 2010 documents that you don’t want anyone other then yourself to open? If your answer is yes, then follow the steps below and password protect your Microsoft Word 2010 document using Microsoft's built-in encryption feature.

Step 1: Open Microsoft Word 2010 document. Click on File Tab
Step 2: Click on Info option.
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How To Create Table Of Contents In Word 2010

A table of contents provides a quick reference point for your document, giving you the reader a brief overview or outline of where to find what content.

Follow few simple steps below:

Step 1: Prepare your document in Microsoft Word. Make sure the documents has headings.

Step 2: Click on Styles arrow to show the Style windows, see screenshot below.

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