All Except First Page and First Page Border in Word

Page border makes your document professional and stylish look. You can choose a variety of page borders Line Styles, Widths, Colors, and Effects, or you can also apply different Art styles for Page Borders.

This Section – First Page Border Only

This Section First Page Only | All Except First Page and First Page Border in Word​
This Section First Page Only | All Except First Page and First Page Border in Word​

Go to the Design tab

Click on the Page Borders in the Page Background group.

Under the Setting, choose border style, colour, width and border effects or select the Art styles that you want to insert into your document.

Then choose “This Section – First Page Only” under “Apply to
Then click on OK.

This Section – All Borders Except First Page:

This section All Except First Page | All Except First Page and First Page Border in Word​
This section All Except First Page | All Except First Page and First Page Border in Word​

Go to the Design tab

Click on the Page Borders

Choose border style, colour, width and border effects under setting or select an Art styles

Choose “This Section – All Except First Page” under “Apply to”

Then click on OK.

All Page Borders:

Go to the Design tab in MS Word 2010 or later versions, or

Go to the Page Layout tab in MS Word 2007 or older versions 

Now click on the Page Borders which you can see in the Page Background group, and then after you can get a dialogue box.

Now select whether Borders or Page Borders

If you select Borders, you can get the options like border styles, lines, colours, widths, and different border settings such as a Box, Shadow, 3d, and Custom. Select all that you want to apply. (Or),

If you select the Page Border option, then you can get border styles, lines, colours, widths, and different border settings such as a Box, Shadow, 3d, and Custom along with art styles. So select all that you want to apply.

As well as, if you want to Shade your paragraph with colour in a word document, click on the Shading, and then choose the theme colours and pattern styles you want.

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