Add a black line across a page in Word

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Ever wanted to add a simple black line across the page of your Word 2007, 2010 or 2013 document?  Maybe it is to break up some sections, maybe you simply like the look of it?  Either way, adding a line to your document is very easy

  1. Select the paragraph where you want the line to appear (note the line will appear at the end of the paragraph)
  2. On the Home tab, look for the “paragraph” group.  In that group there is a button which is usually in the bottom right hand corner called “borders”.  By default it will have the bottom border option available – simply click on that!

If you want to add lines in other places or directions relative to the paragraph, click on the little drop down arrow beside the “Borders” button.  If you want to remove the line, simply click on that paragraph again and then click on the borders button again – and watch it disappear!

’till next time!

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