Microsoft Word/how to insert the corner markers in the page
I am using Word 2010 edition.
May I ask how to insert those 4 corner markers (one on each corner, shape like L, inverse L etc.) into the page?
I included the directions for using a Page Border and then realized this may not be what you are asking. I think you mean for formatting corners.
From the File menu > Options > Advanced >
Scroll Down until you see Show document content and then Check > Show crop marks > OK
From the HOME Tab > Paragraph Group > Borders Icon drop down icon arrow > Borders and Shading (at the bottom of the list)
The Borders and Shading window opens Click on the Page Border TAB
Bottom middle look for the Word - Art:
From here you click on the down arrow and scroll to see the page border options.
Once you have made a selection you can click on the "Options" button to determine if you want the border from the edge of the page, or text, around the header and footer - or not. The margin.
You can also determine if you want to apply to the Whole document or a section or the first page.
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