On 10/31/2016 10:50 PM, Ken Springer wrote:
Would having a DRAFT document[s] that you could open every time you want
to start working with. Then you remove the DRAFT watermark once
document is finished. I have done this a few times over the years. It
is great for working with a document that is edited then emailed to a
coworker, and then it is sent around to some other "editors" before it
gets back up the original worker.
On 10/31/16 7:10 PM, toki wrote:
On 31/10/2016 21:47, Ken Springer wrote:
Thanks, Dave, but it's not necessary. I have few docs to do that
need a "Draft" watermark, then I don't think I'll need it again in the
Going forward, you can abuse the classification system, by selecting
"Internal Only" as the classification. This will add a header, footer,
and diagonal message across every page, that says "This content is
marked Internal Only. Do not distribute it outside of the business." or
an abridgment thereof.
On second thoughts, it might be less scary to simply create a
classification "Draft", with slightly more appropriate messages,
displayed in a less in-your-face manner.
I don't know anything about the classification system, but it sounds
like something that's not necessary in my case.
I learned long ago, never proofread your own writing! LOL These are
small condensed 1 page informational sheets for customers to help them
know more about their computers. The watermark is simply to prevent
the wrong copy from being printed and then handed out.
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