Background Designs and How to Implement Them in Letters
These days, being able to create a wide variety of things—from clip art all the way to interior designing, is as easy as a few clicks of a mouse. The same can be said for background designs. These kinds of designs are popular and effective ways of spicing up any type of art project you are working on, and even written letters. In the case of the latter, with the help of a computer and programs such as Microsoft Word, you will be able to make your own kind of design. Whether you want it to look fun and quirky, or attractive and professional, the possibilities are nearly endless. Here are some simple suggestions to making your own personal watermark as a background for a letter using Microsoft Word.
Once you have your letter opened up in Microsoft Word, click on “Insert”, and then choose “Clip Art”. There will be a search box, which you can use to narrow your search for a picture you want as your watermark. Simply type in any keyword you want; hit “Enter” and click on a picture. Once you have done so you will notice that the picture is now a part of background designs for your letter. You can click on the picture and fix its proportions however you like. Once you are satisfied with the design, highlight the picture and click on “Page Layout”. In the tab you will see a “Watermark” option—click on it and then save it as a watermark by saving it into the main watermark gallery. You can now remove the image in your letter, and add your new watermark as one of many background designs.
And creating a watermark as background designs for a letter is as easy as that. Make sure to experiment on different images to find the perfect balance between fun and professionalism. You can implement watermarks in other works as well.