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Insert a Horizontal Line

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A line can help divide your web page into sections.

This How-To Article shows you how to insert a line into your web page.

Insert a Horizontal Line

1. Move the cursor to the place in the web page where you would like to insert the line.

2. Click the Insert menu and select "Horizontal Line" from the menu that appears.

3. To modify settings for the line, double-click it.

4. Once you double-click the line, you can change alignment settings, line color, as well as the size of the line.

Tip: It is recommended that you use "percent" sizes instead of pixel sizes because pixel sizes are dependent on the resolution of the screen and therefore will not display the same on everyone's computer.

5. Once you have finished changing settings, click OK.

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