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How to Insert a Watermark on Avery Business Cards

11/07/2011 02:51 by maxkitty

First answer posted by JeffreyStanley at 11/07/2011 02:51
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    1. Prepare an image for use as a watermark. Create text for the watermark in WordArt. Open Microsoft Word and select "Insert WordArt" from the "Draw" menu.

    2. Select a style from the WordArt gallery and click "OK." Enter the watermark text. Select a font style and size. Click "OK."

    3. Click the text to highlight it. Right-click the highlighted text and select "Format WordArt."

    4. Select a pale color from the "Fill Color" drop-down box. Set transparency to "0%." Click anywhere in the document to deselect the WordArt text.

    Convert to Image
    1. Press "Shift" and "PRT SC" on the keyboard and hold both keys down at the same time. This will copy the screen image to the clipboard.

    2. Open MSPaint image-editing software. Hold down "CTRL" and "V" on the keyboard at the same time. The screen image is now pasted into MSPaint.

    3. Select "Save As" from the File menu. Type in a file name and select "JPEG" as the file type. Click "Save."

    4. Open the image file in image-editing software which has a crop tool. Crop to remove surrounding screen images and excess white space. Click "Save."

    Edit Business Card
    1. Open a project in Avery DesignPro software. Click "Picture" form the "Insert" Menu.

    2. Find the image file you created in the first section and click "Insert." The image appears on top of the text in the business card project.

    3. Click the image to select it. Drag to the desired position. Adjust the size of the image by dragging the anchor points.

    4. Right-click the image. Click "Order," then select "Send to Back." The image is now displayed as a watermark behind the text on the business card. The existing text on the business card may still be edited.

    5. Click "Undo" from the "Edit" menu to make further changes to the size and position of the watermark. Repeat the above step to display the watermark behind the text. Save the document.

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