I'm on InDesign CS4. I've got an image as a watermark, dialed down to 8% transparency. The watermark is on the Master page. It looks good, but the problem is, it shows through all the other graphics in the document. I've got a picture of a car on one page, and you can see the watermark image right through it and it looks terrible! I'm not using any transparency at all on the car graphic
Any tips on how to make is so my graphics aren't showing the watermark behind them? Thank you!
You've probably got your watermark on a higher level or layer. Create a new layer in the layers panel, drag the watermark to it and drag that layer to the bottom of the stack.
Ah ha! Yes, that was it. Thank you very much, Stix!