Saturday, May 3, 2008

Google Docs "Adding a Watermark"

In order to style your Google Docs documents using CSS editor, you can now add watermark to your documents. Styling your documents using CSS is fun easy and gives you greater control over the look and feel of your document. You can add background images, change how your lists are indented, repeat backgrounds, get styled headers and quotes by using CSS editor. It's just important to mention that you can't reference external images in Google's CSS, so your image needs to be uploaded first to get then URL address switching HTML source. Just open a new document, rename it as you want, upload your image via your computer or web, copy the relative image URL from HTML Editor and past it into CSS Editor of your document. The URL you need to put into CSS Editor must look like this: File?id=dzmtxjg_11ghmv2vhg_b. After doing this you can also edit the CSS code as the image appears wherever you want it to be.

There's also a CSS tutorial to guide you through following details:

  • Adding an image
  • Adding a watermark
  • Repeating backgrounds
  • Styled Headers
  • Styled Quotes
  • Image Borders
  • Styled Bullets

Be familiar to Google Docs Community Channel on YouTUbe. There's also the official Channel for helpful videos about Google Docs on YouTube.


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