Usually users only create borders in Word with text cover pages. However, to make an impression on viewers, make professional and formal texts, users can choose
To create a border for an entire Word page:
Step 1: In the Word interface, click the Page Layout tab.
Step 2: To create a border for the entire Word page, users need to click on Page Borders.
Step 3: In the Page Borders section you have options such as:
Style: border style
Color: border color
Width: Border size
Art: Create borders with drawings
But the most important thing is to select Apply to: and click Whole Document to choose to create a border for the entire Word page.
The user can then choose how the color and style fit and click OK to confirm creating a border for the entire Word page.
The result is that Word pages have borders.
You have successfully created a border for the entire Word page with the simple steps mentioned above.
With just a few steps, users have successfully created borders for the entire Word page. With borders for text inside, you should not use borders that are too bold, too confusing to avoid offending readers.
Not only creating borders, Word users can also use tabbing in Word to make text more professional. The figures in Word should be divided into specific tables, with the way the table is lined in Word you will have beautiful, professional tables that are presented logically. Above are small tips for Word newbies, want to learn more Word skills, you can go to Software to read more advanced articles.