Click on 'Insert,' again at the top of MS Word. When the menu appears, let your mouse arrow hover over 'Picture.' Here you'll have several options. You can create your letterhead on the fly using some of those options. However, for our purposes we'll opt to choose 'From File,' since we already have a ready graphic. Click on the option, 'From File,' and a dialogue box opens. Locate your graphic and then click on it and then click the 'Insert' button. Your graphic will then appear inside the dotted box.
That's how to create a business letterhead in Word. Now, how do you monetize this new_found knowledge? Offer to your community a letterhead printing service. You can offer to design a logo and print the letterhead. Don't know how to design? Outsource it and then mark it up. Then go to a printing press, get a quotation to print letterheads and then mark it up. But don't mark it up too much. The point is to get as many clients as possible even with a small profits. Several small profits will always add up to big profits.