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Add a Watermark in Google Docs!


Screenshot of Watermark Add Process in Google Docs


Google Docs recently just added the ability to add a watermark, or an image behind the text of the document, to their already widely popular online word processor. A watermark can be useful for adding context to a series of documents, marking the specific order students are to work in, helping with branding, or, my personal favorite, creating “highly classified” documents for a social studies class simulation. 

Check out how to do this in the video below! 





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