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Method 1 Using uMark Online

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    Open uMark Online's site. Go to . The main uMark Online page will open.

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    Click Choose File. It's a grey button in the middle of the page.

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    Select a photo to upload. Click the folder that contains your photo on the left side of the window, then find your photo and click it.

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    Click Open. It's in the bottom-right corner of the window.

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    Click Upload. This blue button is to the right of the photo's name. Doing so will upload your photo to uMark Online.

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    Enter your watermark's text. Type the text that you want your watermark to display (e.g., your name) into the "Watermark Text" field in the upper-right side of the page.
    • You can also change the font, size, and formatting in the "Font" section directly below this.
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    Change your watermark's color. Click the text field below the "Color" heading, then click a color in the drop-down menu that you want to use.
    • You can change the color's gradient in the far-right side of the drop-down menu as well.
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    Change your watermark's transparency. Click and drag the "Transparency" switch right to decrease your watermark's visibility, or drag it left to increase the visibility.

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    Select a position. Click one of the circles in the three-by-three grid below the "Position" heading to change the watermark's position on the picture.

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    Save the watermark. Right-click on the watermark, then click Save image as..., enter a name, and click Save. Doing so will save your watermarked photo into your browser's default "Save" folder on your computer.
    • If your computer doesn't have distinct left and right mouse buttons, press the mouse button with two fingers, press the right side of the button, or tap the trackpad with two fingers.

Method 2 Using PowerPoint

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    Open PowerPoint. This is the orange app with a white "P" on it.

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    Click Blank Presentation. It's in the upper-left side of the PowerPoint home page. A new presentation will open.
    • Skip this step on Mac.
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    Delete anything on the slide. Press Ctrl+A (or ⌘ Command+A on a Mac) to select the slide's text boxes, then press the Delete key to remove the slide's contents.
    • If you don't remove the slide's contents, you won't be able to save your photo and watermark together.
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    Click the Insert tab. This tab is at the top of the PowerPoint window in the orange ribbon. Clicking it will prompt a toolbar to appear just below the orange ribbon.

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    Click Pictures. It's in the "Images" section of the Insert toolbar.
    • On Mac, after clicking Pictures select Picture From File.
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    Select a photo. Click the folder that contains your photo on the left side of the window, then find your photo and click it.

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    Click Insert. This is in the bottom-right corner of the window. Your photo will be uploaded into PowerPoint.

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    Click the Home tab. It's a tab in the orange PowerPoint ribbon. The Home toolbar will appear below the ribbon.

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    Select the "Text Box" template. Click the rectangle with a blue "A" that's on the left side of the "Drawing" section of the Home tab.

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    Place the text box on your photo. Click and drag the mouse over the area in which you want to insert the watermark. A text box will appear.
    • You can resize your text box by clicking and dragging one of the spheres on an edge or corner of the text box.
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    Enter your watermark's text. Type in the name, brand, or phrase that you want to use as your photo's watermark.

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    Click Home again. This will re-open the Home tab's toolbar.

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    Format your watermark's text. Select the text by clicking and dragging across it, then change the text's size, color, or font from the "Font" section of the Home toolbar.

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    Select your photo and text. Press Ctrl+A (Windows) or ⌘ Command+A (Mac).

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    Click Arrange. You'll find this in the "Drawing" section of the Home tab. A drop-down menu will appear.

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    Click Group. It's in the Arrange drop-down menu. This will add your watermark to the photo.

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    Save your photo. Right-click the photo, click Save as Photo... in the drop-down menu, select a location, and click Save. Your watermarked photo will be saved in your selected location.
    • If your computer doesn't have distinct left and right mouse buttons, press the mouse button with two fingers, press the right side of the button, or tap the trackpad with two fingers.

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