Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Enhancing the Page
With the text and graphics entered and formatted, the next step is to look at the page
as a whole and determine if it looks fi nished in its current state. As you review the page,
answer these questions:
• Does it need a page border to frame its contents, or would a page border make it
look too busy?
• Is the spacing between paragraphs and graphics on the page adequate? Do any
sections of text or graphics look as if they are positioned too closely to the items
above or below them?
You determine that a graphical, color-coordinated border would enhance the fl yer.
You also notice that the fl yer would look more proportionate if it had a little more space
below the headline and above the graphic. The following pages make these enhancements
to the fl yer.
To Add a Page Border
In Word, you can add a border around the perimeter of an entire page. In this fl yer, you add a graphical border
that uses a shade of brown from the Aspect color scheme. The following steps add a graphical page border.
Click Page Layout on the Ribbon to
display the Page Layout tab.
Layout tab
Click the Page Borders button on
the Page Layout tab to display the
Borders and Shading dialog box
(Figure 1–67).
Borders and
dialog box
Figure 1–67
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