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Word VBA - Automatically insert "watermark in middle of all pages both odd and even and different sections fo the same file.

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Word VBA - Automatically insert "watermark in middle of all pages both odd and even and different sections fo the same file.

I know how to insert a watermark and automate it.  but I cannot automatically insert the watermark across all pages when there are different headers/footers (odd/even) and different sections within the same file.

I cannot change to document structure either except for the watermark due to standards for the document.

I will give 300 points instead of 100 points for answer that works well for the above.
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by:jessnjeff
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WHat version of Word are you using
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by:rtho7
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I can use 97 or 2000.
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jessnjeff earned 100 total points
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I don't believe that you can do what you want.  The Watermark is part of the header/footer and you cant have more than one header or footer on a single page.

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Worked out a rather crude way.  Thanks anyway.
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