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Multiple Custom Watermarks Word 2007

Posted on 2009-07-09
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Hello,

I am trying to figure out a way to apply multiple custom watermarks in Word 2007.  Essentially I have a background design (a jpeg) that I want to appear only on the first page.  All remaining pages would make use of a different background design (a jpeg).  If this is not possible via a custom watermark, is there an alternative solution?  Please respond with any advice!

Thanks.
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1.)  add a section break before each page that you'd like to display a different watermark
2.) unlink headers from previous
3.) insert image into header with "Behind Text" property
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Queen Moxie,

Thanks for your response.  Can you please walk me through steps 1 & 2 using Word 2007?  I just want to make sure I am following everything precisely.

Thanks.
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I was able to figure it out from your comments.  Thanks!
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