Text Beneath Text

Subject: Text Beneath Text
From: George Hayhoe <GFHayhoe -at- AOL -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 23 May 1995 09:44:46 -0400

In response to Mike Mcgraw's question:

What do you call the larger-size, lightly-shaded text often printed
underneath a normal page of text and used to identify the page as

"PRELIMINARY" or "CONFIDENTIAL" ??

I've seen this called a watermark. In fact, MS Word's online help uses this
terminology. ("A watermark is text or a graphic . . . that appears on every
page of a document.") You can locate the instructions for doing this with
Word by searching for help on the term "watermarks."

--George Hayhoe (GFHayhoe -at- aol -dot- com)


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