Google Docs offers several ways to make text stand out. We can use a specific font, change the color of the text, or format the text so that it stands out. However, probably the best way to highlight the text is to put a border around it. The borders around the paragraph are easy to set up, and Google Docs offers several options that will allow us to further customize those borders.
- How to Add Borders to Paragraph in Google Docs
- Highlight the paragraph to which you want to add border
- Click on Format
- Click on Paragraph styles and then on Borders and shading
- Position option determines where the broders will be located. We can place them above, below, left and right of the paragraph. The last option sets the border between the paragraphs.
- Border width option determines the thickness of the border
- Border dash option determines the type of border and here we have a solid line, dashed line and dots
- Border color option determines the color of the border
- Background color option determines the background color
- Paragraph padding option determines the distance of the text from the border
- Click on Apply