Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Figure 4.19.
Applying the border
style and color for a
button.
In this design, you'll include a one-point black line under all the tabs extending
across the entire tab area.
8. Select cells on the row of tabs, starting one cell to the left and extending 12
cells to the right of the last tab.
9. While the cells are selected, right-click and choose Format Cells and select the
Border tab. Choose the one-point line style that has the Automatic color
choice of black and click the bottom of the Border box (Figure 4.32, page 73).
You have created a complete row of tabs, with one of them highlighted (Figure 4.33,
page 73).
To finish your tab worksheet, create a series of tab rows with different tabs
highlighted. Use copy and paste to quickly create more tab rows.
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