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Border in each column

How to put a border in each column using a Microsoft Word 2007? Because usually when we put a border using a page border, it covers the whole page. While my problem is that I want to put a border only on the other side of the column and another border on the other side of the column.

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Follow this steps to achieve that.

  1. Click on the column you want to have a border, On the Page Layout menu click Borders
  2. On the Borders and Shading window go to the Borders tab not the Page Border tab
  3. Select the borders you prefer then on the Apply to: drop down select Paragraph. Click ok then your done.

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