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Microsoft Word 2010 : Creating Desktop Publishing Documents - Adding Page Backgrounds (part 1) - Add Borders and Shading

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Borders are lines or graphics that appear around a page, paragraph, selected text, or table cells. With borders, you can change the line style, width, and colors, and you can add shadows and 3D effects. In addition to a page border, you can also change the page color. If you apply a theme color as the page color, it changes if you change the document theme. Shading is a color that fills the background of selected text, paragraphs, or table cells. For more attractive pages, add clips or columns.

Add Borders and Shading

1. Select the text you want to have a border.

2. Click the Page Layout tab.

3. Click the Page Borders button.

4. Click the Borders tab.

5. Do one of the following:

  • Click a box setting to modify all border edges.

  • Click the edge in the diagram to modify individual border edges.

6. Click a border style, color, and width.

7. Click the Shading tab.

8. Click the Fill list arrow, and then click a fill color.

9. Click OK.
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