Add a Watermark in Pages
Edited by Djinu, Alexander Avdeev, Eng
You're watching VisiHow. In this video, we are going to show how to add a watermark to a document in Pages.
In this video, a template document has been opened up in Pages. We are going to add in a watermark logo to go onto each page.
We press "Command" and "Space" to open Finder.
We click a watermark. In this video, we click the VisiHow logo.
We drag the watermark onto the document.
We position the watermark where we would like to have it fit. We can notice that when we move the watermark left and right, Pages will show the center once we find the center point. We can then move the watermark up or down to align it with the first words in a document.
Once we placed the watermark according to our desires, we click "Arrange" while we have it selected.
We move the cursor to "Section Masters".
We check "Move Object to Section Master". The watermark is going to be shown on every page, since we selected the watermark as the section master. It does not look like a watermark.
We can adjust "Opacity" for the watermark. Let's go with the opacity of about 45%. We will be able to see the text over the graphic, and it is not as distracting as it was before.
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Video: Add a Watermark in Pages
Recent edits by: Alexander Avdeev, Djinu