Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Adding and Removing Page Borders
To insert a page border:
1. Click the Design tab, and then click Page Borders in the Page Background
group. (Refer to Figure 8.28). The Borders and Shading dialog box shown in
Figure 8.29 appears. The dialog box offers the same options you saw earlier on
the Borders tab in Chapter 6, “Paragraph Formatting,” in the “Borders and boxes”
section. In addition, however, the Page Border tab includes Art options you can use
to create decorative borders, although some of these might not look sophisticated
enough for many types of documents.
FIGURE 8.29
Choose page border settings in the Page Border tab of the Borders and Shading dialog box.
2. Click an overall border type under Setting at the left.
3. In the center of the dialog box, pick a border Style, Color, and Width;
alternately, open the Art drop-down list, scroll to fi nd the style of border art to
use, and click it.
4. To remove the border from any side, click that side in the border Preview.
5. To control which pages in the document have the border, make a choice from
the Apply to drop-down list. For placing a border around a title page, choose This
section — First page only. Other options on the list include Whole document, This
section, and This section — All except fi rst page.
6. To control the placement of the page border with respect to the edge of the
text or paper, click Options. The Border and Shading Options dialog box shown in
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