By Richard Rost 5 months ago
How to Add Horizontal Lines to your Microsoft Word Documents
In this Microsoft Word TechHelp video tutorial, I will show you how to insert horizontal lines into your Microsoft Word documents. We will use AutoFormat lines (the "dash" trick), underscores, paragraph borders, the horizontal line object, and shapes.
Jennifer from Green Bay, Wisconsin (a Silver Member) asks: Is there an easy way to make horizontal lines in my documents? I know about the hyphen dashed line trick, but that goes all the way across the page. How about making a signature line?
I'll show you how to work with all of the different line shape options (color, weight, dashes, shadowing, etc.). We'll create a "sticky paper" object with custom line borders and a yellow background. And you'll see how to add verticle lines between columns.
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