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Displaying Borders

Word's Borders command lets you improve the appearance of your documents by displaying borders around selected text. Figure 9.2 shows examples of the use of borders (and illustrates shading, covered in the section "Applying Shading" later in this lesson).

You can apply a border to selected text or to individual paragraphs. To put a border around text, select the text. For a paragraph, place the cursor anywhere in the paragraph. The quickest way to apply a border is to use the Border button on the Formatting toolbar. Click the arrow next to the button to view a palette of available border settings, then click the desired border diagram. Click the No Borders diagram to remove borders.


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