Using Borders and Shading You may rapidly apply a border and shade to the selected text to improve its appearance in a paragraph. You may choose which sides you wish to include or omit when you build a border. You may, for example, create a border only on the top and bottom and leave the sides free.
Start by selecting some text. Then do one of the following:
To add a border to the selection use the menu option Format > Paragraph > Border. In the Border dialog box, on the Top row click the button next to Type. In the Drop-Down list, select the type of border you want to add to the selection from the list. On the Bottom row, click the button next to Color. In the Color Picker, select a color for the border.
To add a border to all text within the document use the menu option File > Document Properties > Title/Title Page. In the Property Sheet window, under Advanced, click the button next to Customize Border. In the Border tab, specify whether you want to add a border to all pages or just the first page.
To add paragraph borders and/or shading, perform the following steps: Choose the paragraph you wish to change. Choose the Borders list-box on the Home tab, in the Paragraph group, and then Borders and Shading...: To add borders, go to the Borders and Shading dialog box and click the Borders tab: You may customize the border settings, such as the style, color, and width, for example: You are able to also apply background colors or images by clicking the button next to Color.
You can utilize paragraph boundaries, but removing them is difficult for certain people. This tutorial will show you how to add and delete paragraph borders and shading. To add paragraph borders and/or shading, perform the following steps: Select the text tool and click anywhere within the body of the document. A black line will be drawn around the selected text. Click again anywhere within the body of the document to remove the border.
In the Paragraph group, click the down arrow next to the Borders tool. Word provides you with a number of alternatives from which to pick. Select your borders and shading. The Borders and Shading dialog box appears in Word. Here you can change the color, style, and other options for your text and graphical borders.
Make a border around the selected text.
To add borders to your paragraph, do the following:
Borders are restrictions that can be applied to any or all of a paragraph's four edges. The color or creative design used as the backdrop for a paragraph is referred to as shading. Borders and shading are formatting features that can be used to improve the appearance of text, paragraphs, table cells, or frames. Use this article to learn more about using borders and shading in your documents.
Navigate to Home > Borders to access the border selection menu. Make a border around the selected text.