On 10/25/2016 01:18 PM, Ken Springer wrote:
Before I started using LO, I use to make a watermark be taking an image
and "fading" it to the point is look like a watermark. Then I use it in
the background. I made one that can be seen on the computer and seen
when it was printer out [laser or inkjet] BUT was too "faded" to be
copied with a "standard" copier or printer/copier.
LO 5.1.5, Windows 7
The help file says to go to Format - Page and select the background
tab. Then it says "On the background tab page...".
Unfortunately, no such tab exists.
I'm assuming they've moved the feature to somewhere else?
I do not know about Mac's version, but it use to be you set the object
to a high transparency and that did it. Then there was a Watermark option.
According to the [188.8.131.52] DEB package I use . . .
you go to Format > Page.
Choose Area tab to select the Fill option for Bitmap.
Insert the image [jpg, etc].
At that point, go to the Transparency tab and choose the percentage that
works for you.
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