In Editor, File>Process multiple files brings up a dialog. On the right under "Labels" select "watermark".
You can add custom text, font, color, etc.
It's best to have your picture files in a source folder and also designate a destination folder (see options, upper left)
Uncheck "same as source".
The alternative is to make a brush with the "specific word" and apply manually to each picture file.
If you are interested, we can provide directions.
Thank you for your answer!
Sorry, I am kind of new to this programme.
After your answer, I looked for making a brush with the same words, but now I feel even more confused than before...
I would be really grateful if you could give me a link/explain to me step by step how to do it. Thanks
Ok, thank you... Just another question: It sais go to edit-define brush, and I found define brush, but however I click onto my words, the define brush remains grey and I can´t click it, even though the others are selectable...Sorry to be such a nuisance