4. I don’t know what version of Microsoft you’re using but on mine I click on the picture and I can click on the format tab underneath picture tools. Then I click on text wrapping and select behind text. If you’re using the older version of Microsoft then try right clicking on your image and selecting format picture and it should be the same from there.
6. You can then move the watermark about and get it in the right position
7. Now is where it gets to be a bit of a faf lol click “Print Screen” on your keyboard.
8. Open paint.
9. Then from the drop down menus select edit and then paste.
10. You should then see your Microsoft screen in paint.
11. Hopefully you can see from the picture but from the tool bars down the left hand side you need to select the top right hand corner one which looks like a square made out of dots.
12. Once you have selected that you can click and drag a box around your image.
13. Then right click your image and select copy.
14. Now open a blank paint and click on edit from the drop down menus and then paste.
15. Hopefully you now have your image in paint ready to be saved and put on your blog :)
I really hope this makes sense to you! If not just drop me a line and let me know what your having problems with :)