Getting rid of that watermark

This is something probably most of you already know, but just in case you didn’t, or if you’re new to Eclipse, here’s how to get rid of that pesky ECLIPSE watermark on the background of your transcript.

Alt+O or whatever you usually press to print.
Select ‘Watermark.’
Change ‘Darkness %’ to zero for no watermark.

(Or if you want to have some fun, you can keep the watermark and change the text of the watermark to whatever you want. The box is just to the left of the ‘Darkness %’ box. I suggest CUPCAKES.)

Change percent to 0 for no watermark.

Click on image for larger view.

If you already knew how to do that and read it anyway, here’s a cookie for you.

If you didn’t already know that and braved the great unknown to learn how, here’s some soft serve for you.

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4 Responses to Getting rid of that watermark

  1. ANON says:

    Can you get rid of the text at the bottom of the Eclipse programme? “Eclipse Education version only — not for commerical use”

  2. ANON says:

    I mean when you are actually in Eclipse, the window at the bottom. When you are actually stroking your steno machine in realtime.

    • I don’t have the student version anymore, so I can’t test this, but maybe go to User Settings and under Display select the button for compact or none for page boundaries. Maybe also go to the Document tab and see if the watermark text is in the box for Footer. If it is, delete it. If it’s not, then I’m not sure where it would be.

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