How to Remove a Watermark From Word 2000 Documents

Microsoft Word 2000 is part of Microsoft Office 2000, an office software suite released by Microsoft in 1999. Microsoft Word 2000 allows you to create a watermark on any document to convey a message to the reader or demonstrate ownership of the document. Examples of watermarks are "Confidential," "Draft" or your company's name. The watermark appears on the background of the document when inserted. If you would like to remove a watermark from your document, you can do so directly from the "Header and Footer" settings.

Open the document containing the watermark that you would like to remove.

Click "View" and then select "Header and Footer."

Click on the watermark in the document to select it.

Press the "Delete" button on your keyboard to delete the watermark.

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