Need watermark to appear in blue

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Hi friends, I need help about using watermark.

I have a chart on Word version 2007.  Some rows are blue, and some have no color.  I need the watermark to appear on the blue shaded cells, but they don't appear behind them.

Any help about this would be greatly appreciated.

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Need watermark to appear in blue

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Hello,

Good day! First things first, If the watermark that you wanted to place is a text you should do this steps:
On the Format menu, point to Background, and then click Printed Watermark. (on the word)
In the Printed Watermark dialog box, click Text watermark.
In the Text box, type My Watermark.
In the Font box, click Century Gothic.
In the Size box, click Auto.
In the Color box, click Turquoise.
Click to select the Semitransparent check box (default setting).
Click the Diagonal option next to Layout.
Click OK. The watermark that you just created is visible on the document sheet.

But if the watermark that you are planning to set up is an image, do this:
On the Format menu, point to Background, and then click Printed Watermark.
In the Printed Watermark dialog box, click Picture watermark.
Click Select Picture.
Browse to select the picture that you want, and then click Insert.
In the Scale box, click Auto.
Click to select the Washout check box (default setting).
Click OK. The watermark that you just created is visible on the document sheet.

If the watermark you are trying to paste is either text or a picture, do this:
Make all the rows and column color blue (or whatever color you want)
Make the chart as an image (having extension as .if, .jpeg,…etc)
Place the image on the word.
Right click on the image. Press text wrapping. Select behind text.
Adjust the position and there you go.

Hope it helps.

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