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How to Create a Watermark in PowerPoint

I haven't added anything to my Blog Baby Blog page lately.  If you're new here, it's a page full of links to tons of blogging tips, tricks, and tutorials.

Today, I'm showing you how to make a watermark using PowerPoint.  I make everything for my blog designs in Photoshop, but PowerPoint has a ton of great features for creating.

Take a look here:

It's a super professional video.  My phone starts ringing in it, and at one point, some neighborhood kids run screaming past my house.  I at least had the sense to put the dogs out, so they aren't barking in this video!

15 comments:

  1. Great tutorial Megan! I think it's so important to have a watermark on pictures, especially if someone wants to find the original source!

    -Maria

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  2. Oh. My. Goodness. I have been stalking all of the TPT conference goers and saw that this was a must for many of them. THANK YOU for this tutorial...I'm about to check out your others! Eeek! (So excited for tech help! :))

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  3. Thank you for the tutorial! I was able to create a few watermarks to use now depending on what my picture looks like! Thank you!!

    Mrs. 3rd Grade 

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  4. I love your blog. Thanks for the tutorial. I'm your newest follower and your 1000th follower. So cool. Stephanie from Principal Principles

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  5. Super easy tutorial! Thanks so much for sharing!

    Shelby
    First Time Firstie

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  6. Love this tutorial. Wish I found this one before all the awful ones I found of a man's voice talking tooooooo slow. A LoveLi Class

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  7. Thank you so much! This is awesome. :)

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  8. Thank you so much for this tutorial Megan!
    Antoinette :)
    Shoelaces and Sugar Cookies

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  9. So fabulous! Thank you! I had no idea how to do this. Now I know what I'll be doing the rest of the day! :)

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  10. Love this. Thanks for helping me FINALLY create a watermark. Hugs!

    -Sarah
    A Rocky Top Teacher

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  11. This is awesome! Thank you so much :)

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  12. I only had to watch it 17 times but I got it! LOL, thank you!!

    Diana

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  13. This was so helpful, Megan. I wanted to post a photo that my daughter took and gave to me (she's a photographer) and I didn't want anyone else taking off with it! Thank you so much for sharing this information and saving me from spending hours searching the internet. I really appreciate it!
    Marion

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