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Chapter 6. Using Borders and Colors > Adding Borders in Word

Adding Borders in Word

In Lesson 5, “Changing How Text Looks,” you learned that you can use various font attributes, such as font size, bold, italic, and underline, to emphasize and otherwise denote certain text in your document. You also learned that alignment, such as centering, can be used to set off certain text lines on a page. Word provides you with the capability to add borders to your text and even place a shadow on the edge of a border for greater emphasis. You can add borders to text on a page or to an entire page.

Adding Borders to Text

A border can be placed around any text paragraph (any line followed by a paragraph mark). This means that one line of text or several lines of text can have a border placed around them.


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