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Setting the Border Style and Color of a Page

Borders are lines that can be drawn around any or all of the four sides of a page. In terms of the CSS box model, increasing the padding for a page style increases the space between the content within the page and the border of the page.

Not all browsers display border styles the same way. For example, some browsers may not differentiate dotted lines from solid lines. The size and spacing of the dots in a dotted line may also be different between various browsers and operating systems. Some browsers may not display page borders at all. If you want a page border, view the generated output in multiple browsers to verify that your settings create the appearance you want.

To set the border style and color for a page

  1. Open your Stationery design project.

  2. On the View menu, click Style Designer.

  3. In Page Styles, select the page style you want to modify.

  4. On the Properties tab, click Border.

  5. Click the tab for the side of the page you want to display a border, and then specify the color, style, and width for that border. For more information about a property, click Help.

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