Google Doc is a part of the G Suite. It is the most convenient way to share documents with anyone. A person can review a document and edit it if you give them permission. Remember, a person can take a screenshot of your document and miss use it. Watermark is the way to go about it, but there is no native option of the watermark your Google Docs. This guide will help you to add watermarks to your documents and keep your documents safe. Follow these steps.
Insert an Image in your Document.
Step 1- Click on Image Options to open a panel on your right.
Step 2- Set Text Wrapping to ‘In front of text’.
Step 3 – Scroll down to Image options to find Adjustments
Step 4 – Adjust the transparency of the image
Step 5 – Adjust Brightness and Contrast accordingly, make sure you adjust your image properly as it will be difficult to move from behind the texts.
Step 6- Share your documents with others by making them read only.
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This was a simple do it yourself way to add a watermark on your Google Docs. This method is only a one time hassle and your document is secured. Also, we hope that Google soon adds an option to add watermarks natively. Till that time Gadget Bridge has got you covered.
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