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Chapter 18. Drawing Attention to Documen... > Inserting Graphical Horizontal Lines

Inserting Graphical Horizontal Lines

In some situations, you’ll want only a divider line, not a complete border, to set off sections or special elements in a document. For example, if you’re creating a Web page, you might want to add a line to mark the end of one section and the beginning of the next. In those cases, you can use the Inside Horizontal Border option, insert only a top or bottom partial border, or you can insert a graphical horizontal line. Applying the Inside Horizontal Border setting and creating partial borders are discussed earlier in this chapter. The particulars of working with graphical horizontal lines—lines that are images—are covered in the next couple of sections.

Adding a Graphical Horizontal Line

Word provides a collection of graphical horizontal lines that you can insert in documents. To add a graphical horizontal line to a document, follow these steps:


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