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MS word Tip: Draw border line by typing 3 hyphens



When you want to set off a paragraph with a horizontal line, you can switch from the keyboard to the mouse and click the appropriate border tool — or you can simply type it in. For example, suppose you would like to separate the following sentence from the rest of Section One:

After you type the sentence, press Enter, type three hyphens, and then press Enter again, as shown below. (I've turned on the Show/Hide button to reveal the keystrokes.)

Word draws a single line above the second paragraph mark and positions the insertion point marker to begin  the next paragraph: