Adding HTML Horizontal Rules

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Adding HTML Horizontal Rules

HTML rules are always horizontal. They can display with or without beveled edges in a browser. When you embed an HTML rule in a text box, you can set its length as a percentage of the text box width. To draw an HTML horizontal rule:

  1. In Page view, select the Line tool on the Standard toolbox and choose the HR Rule tool from the flyout.
  2. Draw the horizontal rule on the page.

The HR Rule Properties panel appears.

  1. In the Thickness box, set the thickness of the rule.

The standard width is 2 pixels.

  1. Select Shaded to create a bevel effect.

The standard HR rule is shaded.

  1. If the HR rule is embedded in a text box, you can specify its length as a percentage of the text box.