The Windows Club Will Show You How To Add A Watermark In Google Docs

As I suspected, when I saw this article from The Windows Club, there is no built-in method to embedding a watermark in Google Docs. Watermarks are often used to protect a document or an image from being duplicated; or, as a common example to show the document is a “draft copy”.  Since Google Docs has no method to insert a watermark on the fly, you can still insert a watermark, but you will have to jump through some hoops to create a watermark that can be used in future documents.

Click on the link below, where you will land at “The Windows Club” website to learn how to add a watermark in Google Docs… Really not that hard to do and will be worth jumping through those hoops.

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