Creating borders and boxes
 
Unlike tables, which must be created before you can insert text or images into their cells, you may either create a paragraph border, then insert the paragraph, or create the border around an existing paragraph. In fact, it is usually easier to do the latter.
 
To create a border around existing text
  1. Position the article cursor on any line of the paragraph (including beginning or end);
  2. Click  Main menu ⁄ Format ⁄ Borders... to open the Lines window;
  3. Select the desired Style, Shading and Borders ;
  4. Click Draw Box to preview the result if necessary;
  5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 as required;
  6. When ready, click OK to create the border and exit, Upgrade to create the border and retain the Lines window;
  7. If you chose Upgrade, repeat steps 3 - 6, selecting Upgrade each time until satisfied. On clicking Upgrade the actual border will change in accordance with your latest selection.
 
To modify an existing border
  1. Position the article cursor anywhere within the border;
  2. Click  Main menu ⁄ Format ⁄ Borders... to open the Lines window, which will display the values set for the existing border;
  3. Adjust the settings and click OK or Upgrade to view the result.
 
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