Watermarking in Excel 2013 is a great way to protect your data and make it difficult for others to use without your permission. You can create a watermark in Excel using the tools in the ribbon, or you can use a VBA macro to add a watermark to a worksheet.
How To Add A Watermark To A Worksheet In Microsoft Excel 2013
How to insert a watermark
If you want to insert a watermark into a worksheet in Microsoft Excel 2013, you first need to open the worksheet in which you want to insert the watermark. From the main toolbar, click the Insert tab, and then click the Watermark button.
When the Watermark dialog box appears, you first need to specify the location and size of the watermark image. After you have specified these details, you need to specify the type of watermark you want to create. The three types of watermark that are available in Excel 2013 are text watermark, image watermark, and symbol watermark.
To create a text watermark, first specify the text that you want to appear as the watermark. You can either type the text into the text box that appears, or you can paste the text from another location into the text box. After you have specified the text, you need to specify the location and size of the watermark image. The location can be either the current sheet or a different sheet, and the size can be either the size of the text box or the size of the document.
To create an image watermark, first specify the image that you want to appear as the watermark. You can either type the image path into the image box that appears, or you can paste the image from another location into the image box. After you have specified the image, you need to specify the location and size of the watermark image
How to change a watermark
In Microsoft Excel 2013, you can change the watermark on a worksheet or chart. To change the watermark, follow these steps:
1. Open the worksheet or chart that you want to change the watermark on.
- On the Home tab, in the Font group, click the Watermark button.
- In the Watermark dialog box, you can change the text and font size of the watermark.
- Click OK to save your changes.
How to delete a watermark
In Excel 2013, it is possible to delete a watermark by using the delete option in the watermark dialog box. To delete a watermark in Excel 2010, go to the watermark dialog box, and click the delete button.
Watermarking your document
If you are someone who produces or handles a lot of documents, you might want to consider adding some watermarking to those documents. This will help you to protect your intellectual property, or to identify the document as belonging to you.
Before we get started with the watermarking process, we first need to understand what watermarking is. Essentially, watermarking is a process of adding a digital watermark to a document. This watermark can be used to identify the document as belonging to the person who created it, or to identify the document as being of a particular quality.
Now that we have a basic understanding of watermarking, let’s move on to the process of watermarking a document.
To begin, we need to open the document in which we want to add the watermark. Next, we will need to select the areas of the document where we want to add the watermark. We can do this by clicking on the areas of the document with the mouse, or by using the keyboard shortcuts.
Once we have selected the areas of the document, we will need to start adding the watermark. To do this, we will need to select the watermarking tool from the tools menu.
The watermarking tool will allow us to add a variety of different watermarks to our document. We can choose from a variety of different types of watermarks, and we can also choose to add a
What is a watermark?
A watermark, or watermarking, is a marking or sign that is put on a photographic, film, videotape, or other image, to indicate the origin, ownership, or other characteristic of the image. It is also used on paper to identify the source of the document.
If you need to protect your data from being copied or stolen, you can use watermarks in Excel 2013. Watermarks are small pieces of text that are hidden in your data. When the data is copied or stolen, the watermark will show up and indicate that the data is protected.