MS Word – create template

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Microsoft Word template
Hi, Here is the client's request: Make an MS Word template for us. One where the background image is permanent, and continues when the writer writes past the first page. I.e., duplicates that master page so every new page has the background artwork on it. How to do that? Thanks. Rene

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Word for Mac 2011

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  • guslepe
    you create a "theme" then you save it, it should be in the "page layout section" by this you would click on the "theme button" top left then "save current theme" make sure you save it somewhere you can find it easy. When you read to use go back to page layout (3rd tab at the top) and back to theme button, "browse for themes" find the one u saved and then u r done.
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  • ReneGee
    Umm, here is what I did: Insert "Watermark", choose "Picture", navigate to where your picture is and select it, and place it at 100%, click "Washout" off, then click OK. This will place you background image. And you're done. You can start typing and once you close to the bottom of the page hit enter until the cursor eventually jump to the next page therefore creating a new page automatically.
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