Your work product is about more than just the hours you put into a job. It’s also about the commitment to excellence and the unique point of view you add to a discussion. That’s why you want to protect your intellectual property, as well as that of your company. One of the best ways to do that is to add a PowerPoint watermark that identifies the source of your slides, so they can’t be easily plagiarized by people looking to short-cut their own work. Your watermark can be set to anything you like, so it can serve as a consistent background image to each slide or as a small, transparent logo that still clearly identifies the source of each slide.
Adding a Transparent Image as a Watermark
You will need to create the image that you want to use as a transparent background in your slide before exploring how to add a PowerPoint watermark. Once you have one you want to add, follow these steps.
Creating an image to use as your watermark is easy, but you don’t have to start from scratch. You can easily use a company logo or a stock image from Shutterstock to build your PowerPoint watermark with Photoshop or other editing software. When you have millions of stock images at your fingertips and the tools that allow you to customize them according to your project’s needs, it gets a lot easier to build unique watermarks that set your work apart from the competition, ensuring you get credit for everything you do. Affordable plans with flat monthly license agreements are built to scale with your professional needs, so you can easily find one to match your current project goals and budget.
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