I always use a image editor - i.e. GIMP - to make images look like
Then I add it to the document as a background.
The key was how you took the original image and modify it with
brightness and contrast controls till it looked like a watermark. This
was with OOo since LO was not created yet.
My best one was a letterhead logo that printed out using a laser printer
and would not be viewable when you used a scanner or copy machine. I
used it for a not-for-profit organization that I have been on the board
with since 2007[?].
On 08/14/2016 07:44 PM, Dave Koelmeyer wrote:
For those wanting an instant solution for LibreOffice Writer watermarks,
I've created a template which can be freely downloaded and used from here:
The watermarks are SVG-format (small file size, 100 percent quality).
I'll be updating this with additional watermark page styles now and then.
Hope this helps.
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