Borders May Be Added To A Paragraph
Adding borders to paragraphs in Microsoft Word is straightforward and relatively easy. It can be done in just a few steps, and it can add visual interest and structure to the material on the page.
How to Add a Paragraph Border in Word
The first step is to select the paragraph that you would like to have a border. Then, open the Home tab of the Ribbon and find the Paragraph group. In this group, find the Borders icon, which looks like a thin line with a square around it. Click the drop-down arrow next to this icon to select from a variety of predefined border options. Once you have selected the desired border, the paragraph will have a border.
You can also apply a paragraph border by using the Borders and Shading dialog box. To access this dialog box, click on the Borders icon and then choose the “Borders and Shading” option. From here, you can select the type of border (e.g., solid line, double line, etc.), the width of the border, and the color of the border. You can also choose to have a border applied to the entire paragraph or just the sides or top/bottom of the paragraph.
Adding a border to a paragraph in Microsoft Word is a great way to add visual interest to the page. In just a few steps, you can create a page with a unique design.