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Where is Border command in Word 2007/2010/2013


Method A: Border Button in toolbar if you have Classic Menu for Office

In the Menus tab, you will view the border button border button in toolbar. Just click this button to set borders for tables. See figure 1.

Method B: Easily set borders in Word 2007/2010/2013 if you have Classic Menu for Office
  • Click the menus tab;
  • Click the Format drop down menu’
  • Then you will view the Borders and Shading… item. Click this item, you can modify border settings in Borders and Shadings dialog box at ease. See figure 1:

Figure 1: Borders and Shading... in Word 2010

Figure 1: Borders and Shading... in Word 2010

Method C: Set Borders in Word 2007/2010/2013 if you do not have Classic Menu for Office
  • Click the Home tab;
  • Go to Paragraph group;
  • Then you will view the border button Border button. See figure 2:

Borders button in Word 2010 Ribbon

Figure 2: Borders button in Word 2010 Ribbon



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Where is Border command in Excel 2007/2010/2013


Method A: Easily set borders in Excel 2007/2010/2013 if you have Classic Menu for Office

If you have installed Classic Menu for Office, you will find out the familiar toolbar comes back under Menus tab. You can also find out the border button Border Button in Toolbar quick.

Method B: Set Borders in Excel 2007/2010/2013 if you do not have Classic Menu for Office
  • Click the Home tab;
  • Go to the Font group;
  • Then you will view the border button Border button. See figure 3.

Figure 3: Borders button in Excel 2010 Ribbon

Figure 3: Borders button in Excel 2010 Ribbon



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Where is Border command in Outlook 2007/2010/2013


Method A: Border Button in Toolbar if you have installed Classic Menu for Office

Classic Menu for Office will restore Office 2003’s drop down menu and toolbar under Menus tab. If you have it, you can find that border button border button staying in the old Toolbar under Menus tab in Outlook 2010/2007 Message Window.

Method B: Easily set borders in Outlook 2007/2010/2013 if you have Classic Menu for Office
  • Go to the Message Window firstly;
  • Click the Menus tab;
  • Click the Format drop down menu;
  • Then you will view the Borders item. This Border item contains numerous sub-items for setting borders. See figure 4:

Figure 4: Borders button in Outlook 2010

Figure 4: Borders button in Outlook 2010

Method C: Set Borders in Outlook 2007/2010/2013 if you do not have Classic Menu for Office

If you do not have Classic Menu for Office, you will not get Border command before inserting a table. After inserting and select a table, a “Design” tab will be added in Ribbon.

  • Click the Design Tab;
  • Go to Table Styles group;
  • Then you will view the border button Borders button. See figure 5:

Figure 5: Borders button in Outlook 2010 Ribbon

Figure 5: Borders button in Outlook 2010 Ribbon



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Where is Border command in Publisher 2010/2013


Method A: Easily set borders in Publisher 2010/2013 if you have Classic Menu for Office
  • Click the Menus tab;
  • Click the Table drop down menu;
  • Then you will view the Borders item. This Border item contains numerous sub-items for setting borders. See figure 6:

Figure 6: Borders command in Publisher 2010

Figure 6: Borders command in Publisher 2010

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Method B: Set Borders in Publisher 2010/2013 if you do not have Classic Menu for Office

If you do not have Classic Menu for Office, you will not get Border command before inserting a table. After inserting and select a table, a “Design” tab will be added in Ribbon.

  • Click the Design Tab;
  • Go to Borders group;
  • Then you will view the border button Borders button. See figure 7:

Figure 7: Borders button in Publisher 2010 Ribbon

Figure 7: Borders button in Publisher 2010 Ribbon



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Where is Border command in InfoPath 2010/2013


Method A: Easily set borders in InfoPath 2010/2013 if you have Classic Menu for Office

If you have installed Classic Menu for Office which brings back familiar drop down menus and toolbars, you will easily find out the border button Border Button in Toolbar. Click to know more info for Classic Menu for Office

Method B: Set Borders in InfoPath 2010/2013 if you do not have Classic Menu for Office
  • Click the Layout Tab;
  • Go to Color Group;
  • Then you will view the border button Border Button.


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