WATERMARK is a picture in the background of the data which can be a logo or a copyrighted image which represents your company or copyrighted content or any message such as DO NOT COPY or CONFIDENTIAL or anything like that.
There can be many reasons to use WATERMARK in our data.
EXCEL doesn’t have a direct option to insert a watermark into our sheets but there is nothing to worry about.
We do have a way to insert a watermark in excel sheets.
In this article we would learn to insert a watermark in excel sheet.
A watermark can be very beneficial when used in our data. A few benefits are listed.
There can be many more reasons but these are a few important and main reasons for the usage of watermarks in our images, sheets or documents.
The following picture shows the usage of watermark.
NOTE: ONLY THE GYANKOSH.NET SHOWN IN THE CENTER IS CREATED BY THE STEPS BELOW. THE WASHED OUT GYANKOSH.NET IS NOT ENTERED AS WATERMARK. WE’LL CHECK IT OUT IN THE NEXT SECTION.
Follow the steps to create a watermark in EXCEL 2019. [ The reference pictures are of Excel 2019 ]
The following picture shows the location of the button.
The following picture shows the watermark which we have created.
This watermark will be available in all the pages of the excel workbook and will be printed when we print the workbook.
THIS METHOD IS USEFUL ONLY IF YOU WANT A BACKGROUND IN EXCEL SHEETS WHICH ARE NEEDED TO BE USED IN SOFT VERSION ONLY AND NOT IN THE PRINTABLE FORMAT.
After choosing the background image, click OK and the image would be inserted as a watermark in the sheet.
The following picture shows the example.
NOTE: THIS BACKGROUND WON’T APPEAR IN THE PRINT. SO LIMIT THIS METHOD USAGE UPTO THE SOFT VERSION ONLY.
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