Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Applying Shading Behind Content
In the Draw Borders group, click the Line Style arrow to choose the line style you
want for the border, as shown in Figure 19-11.
3.
Figure 19-11 Choose the line style and weight before you add a border to table elements.
4. Click the Line Weight arrow to choose the weight (or thickness) you want for the
border.
In the Table Styles group, click the Borders arrow to display the list of Border options
you saw earlier in this chapter.
5.
6. Click your selection to apply the border to the selected table elements.
Note
If you like the border style you created for a table you’ve been working with,
you can save the style and reuse it. To do so, click the More button in the Table
Styles gallery (available when you choose Design on the contextual Table Tools).
Choose New Table Style from the bottom of the gallery. Enter a name for the
new style and click OK to save it.
Applying Shading Behind Content
You might occasionally want more than a border to make something in your document
stand out. Adding shading can help call attention to passages of text that you want to
highlight. For example, you might add a shade to highlight a special quotation, draw the
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