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Chapter 18. Drawing Attention to Documen... > Applying Shading Behind Content

Applying Shading Behind Content

Sometimes you need more than a border—you need something to help the text, heading, or image really stand out as different from the rest of the publication. For those times, you might consider adding a background shade to provide color, contrast, and visual appeal for your document.

Applying Shades to Tables and Paragraphs

Word includes a number of predesigned table formats that include many shading possibilities. You can use one of the preset shading schemes by selecting the table, and then choosing Table, Table AutoFormat. You can then click each format choice to see the shading that’s been used in the AutoFormats.


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